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I am trying to build a little app to give calendar permissions to users with exchange 2010. As exMerge needs to be run on the exchange server, and i dont want to have to give out the exchange server login access.

Anyway, what i am trying to do is build a drop down box with our Active Directory users, or a list box. Is there a way i can populate this information, and then from selecting the username in either a list / combo box find their primary email address?

I would rather not put a user / password in the code, so is there a way to use it using kerb authentication?
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