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create a silverlight - c# website - attach outlook item

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i need to create a silverlight -c# website. It should allow users to attach an ms-outlook item like email and save it in oracle database
can you please help? thanks a lot
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Looks like it is difficult because of light weight nature of Silverlight. Maybe it is possible in WPF. Even third party controls don't support drag and drop of outlook item, though local files (pdf, gif etc) can be done.

This link, http://www.wintellect.com/blogs/jprosise/silverlight-4-s-new-drag-and-drop-support shows how to accept a file, hope this give you some ideas.
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