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Login to gmail throught WPF application

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Hi guys,

As the title suggests im trying to login to gmail through a WPF application. Its an inbox with alot of email with spreadsheets attached. I really want to login to the site and search for a particular word that the user has entered into a textbox in the WPF application.

Is this possible?

Thanks,
Dean.
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