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Could anyone please help me in reading outlook calendar using asp.net (vb)?

Thanks
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Who's outlook calendar are you trying to read? If it's the client's
then that has little to do with .NET or even ASP. The browser is going
to limit access to a client's files - and that includes their
calendar.

If you are trying to reference a master calendar on the server, it
might be possible. Im sure there are office links in the .NET
framework somewhere
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 17:24:31 -0400, "SK" <re*********@msn.com> wrote:
Could anyone please help me in reading outlook calendar using asp.net (vb)?

Thanks


Nov 18 '05 #2

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If you are indeed talking about Outlook calendars, you will need to simply
make a project reference to the Outlook COM library. From there, you would
make an instance of Outlook and you have access to the entire Outlook object
model.

If you are talking about MS Exchange Server, you will need to make a
reference to CDO (collaborative data objects) which is the Exchange Object
Library.
"Dan Brussee" <db******@nc.rr.com> wrote in message
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Who's outlook calendar are you trying to read? If it's the client's
then that has little to do with .NET or even ASP. The browser is going
to limit access to a client's files - and that includes their
calendar.

If you are trying to reference a master calendar on the server, it
might be possible. Im sure there are office links in the .NET
framework somewhere
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 17:24:31 -0400, "SK" <re*********@msn.com> wrote:
Could anyone please help me in reading outlook calendar using asp.net
(vb)?

Thanks

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