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Reading Information From Microsoft Exchange 2000

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My company would like to implement an online calendar that integrates
with our current website that would allow our clients to view upcoming
workshops and events. These "appointments" are currently entered by the
event coordinators into a public calendar on our Exchange 2000 server.
Our Exchange 2000 server and our Internet server exist on two different
machines and a solution cannot consist of a "server" program that
resides on the Exchange server and communicates with the "client" (web
server). I've tried using an evaluation version of Independentsoft's
WebDAV .NET for Exchange and have had success reading from the Exchange
store. A license from Independentsoft, however, is $299 and my small
non-profit company cannot afford this. Could anyone suggest another
feasible solution and perhaps some examples?
Thanks,

Jayme

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