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Hi
Is there an easy way to load an Outlook calendar from a SQL database?

I want to build a table that will hold information that can be loaded into Outlook once
the user has selected their preferences. What columns should I use for this and what data
types are preferable. What data type ould be best to hold the calendar day and time and
what column would be best to hold a lenghty description. In Access I would use a memo column for this
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I don't there is any easy way- use need to work in VBScript or Macro to accomplish it.
http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?ID=25

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thanks for the help
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