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c# Outlook calendar and contacts

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Hello experts,
Is it possible to access Outlook's contacts and calendar data via a c# application. And is it also possible to import new calendar event from a c# application to outlook?

I will try to integrate my c# application to Microsoft Outlook.

Any help will be appreciated.

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Yes.  Use a search engine like Google or other and type in these words:

microsoft outlook interop c# .net

You'll get a lot of results that should help you get started.

Since I don't know which versions of Outlook and .NET you're using, I can't pinpoint this further
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