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Need help publishing a custom form in outlook using VB.net

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I created a custom form using VB.net (visual studio 2010 express) and I would like to use the form that I created there in outlook. I'm using outlook 2010 and I would like all users in our organization to be capable of viewing and using this form, we use exchange 2003. How can I get my vb.net code into outlook and make a custom form?
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Hi, justin0104.

How did you create an Outlook form in VB.net?  What type of Outlook form is it based on?
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