Outlook intregration with access

Is there a way i can add my outlook to access.  i designed a database and have pages that opens all our sites within access.  the only think we have to leave access for is to access our outlook.  if add a page can is there a code that will send outlook to view in that added page?
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Berkson WeinTech FreelancerCommented:
Hi tawonda-

I don't believe that there's an off the shelf active X control that'll show a mailbox from outlook elsewhere.

If you're using exchange, might you be able to use an embedded web browser to bring up the OWA site from within Access?  WOuld that work for you?

Also, note that you can easily SEND email messages from Access out via Outlook.

Hope this helps at least get you started.

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Richard DanekeTrainerCommented:
Too late, but Access and Outlook 2007 and later do let you integrate with Outlook.   The external data source can be your Outlook folders.   After all, Outlook is an Access database!
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