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Help with Outlook Addin - Visual Studio 2010 - C#

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Hello Experts,

Does anyone know a good tutorial about how to create addins to Outlook with CSharp .NET Visual Studio 2010?
I'm a newby in this area. And i needed to create a button to add information contained in the email and save the email as file into a MsSQL database.. something like that.

Thx in advanced
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On those examples none of them are for Visual Studio 2010, but its the same drill right?
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