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Does anyone know how I can use SSIS to retrieve the email address, date of email received and its attachment from a shared exchange mailbox, have the attachments downloaded to a designated folder, and have the email address and date of received mail stored in variables as an output for a stored procedure?
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You might take a look at the Aspose site (here), but do read the warning on their front page, reprinted from Microsoft's own publications!

Also, take a look at the Email Source component in PragmaticWorks' Task Factory.

hope this helps

Mike
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