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C# Connect to Outlook

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Hi all,

I am connecting to outlook using the Interop.Outlook namespace. The issue I have is that no matter what I put in on the login, it still logs me in ahhhh

I have the following code..

            Outlook.Application outlook = new Outlook.ApplicationClass();
            Outlook.NameSpace ns = outlook.GetNamespace("Mapi");

            object _missing = Type.Missing;
            //ns.Logon(_missing, _missing, true, true);
            ns.Logon("UserDoesntExist", "Password", false, true);


            Outlook.MAPIFolder inbox = ns.GetDefaultFolder(Outlook.OlDefaultFolders.olFolderInbox);

            int unread = inbox.UnReadItemCount;

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The ns.logon still works. I want to be able to specify the mail server and the user to login as./.. any idea's  thanks M
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thanks Fridom.. good link... actually mentioned the fix for another issue I had but I put in the same fix they had.
I just need to know why the login ignore what I put into the name and password. I would like to specify a server, a username and password to access email boxes... any ideas anyone
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the Login is ignored if there is a instance of outlook running in the background..Duh
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no help from the experts so had to go figure myself
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