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Create Alias on Exchange 2007 mailbox with .net

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Hi,
I need to create a new alias on an existing exchange 2007 mailbox from within a dotnet application. Can anyone give me some sample code
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Here is MSDN link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/183249
you will most probably need Exchange Developers Kit
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