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Microsoft Outlook Issue.

Posted on 2011-10-31
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12

The client wants that a user(s) should be sent an email to fill out their time cards (electronically) and unless they do so, the should not be allowed to check their next email(s).

They are using Windows 7 Professional, with MS Outlook 2010 with hosted exchange (2007).

The electronic time card system is completely open for development.

Is this possible?


Question by:sshah254
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dibi earned 2000 total points
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You cannot prevent the user from accessing any other mail - in outlook.
To achieve this goal: Develop your own background-application, which waits for the electronic time card request and shows - in foreground - the according mail only.


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