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server exception error thrown when accessing Outlook.applica tion o

when I attempt to create the outlook.applica tion object in a windows
environment, it works, but when I use the same code in ASP.Net, it throws a
"server exception error".
Googled the error and found only a handful of suggestions. It suggested
changing the processmodel user id to "system". But, I still get the error.
Any ideas how to use the object in a ASP.net environment?
Mar 7 '06 #1
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