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Create Outlook PST files without MAPI

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Hello,

Does anyone know of any Visual C source code or have examples on how to create Outlook PST files without MAPI? I would like to do this without having Outlook or MAPI installed. I have heard that this can be done independently of Outlook or MAPI but am not sure where to start (using visual C)

Thanks,
John
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This may be what you need, but it is not free after 30 days:
http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/195488/Create-independent-pst-file-without-using-outlook
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It still requires MAPI but I am going to close this question for now. Thank you for helping.
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