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Create add in

I would like to create add-in for outlook which will add a button to message
toolbar.

When user clicks on that button I would like to show him a form with some
data from database.

When user select the right data on that form than I'll save the message to
database or some folder on disk regards to selected data.

I would like also create a setup for that add in.

I have visual studio 2005 and C#.

Is there any book with some examples which shows how to do that?

If not book any url?

Any suggestion?

I did once something similar but that was in visual basic 6 and couple of
years ago.

Thanks,S


Jan 4 '06 #1
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SimonZ wrote:
I would like to create add-in for outlook which will add a button to message
toolbar.

When user clicks on that button I would like to show him a form with some
data from database.

When user select the right data on that form than I'll save the message to
database or some folder on disk regards to selected data.

I would like also create a setup for that add in.

I have visual studio 2005 and C#.

Is there any book with some examples which shows how to do that?

If not book any url?

Any suggestion?

I did once something similar but that was in visual basic 6 and couple of
years ago.

Thanks,S


MSDN website has a decent article covering outlook addins:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ol03csharp.asp
Jan 4 '06 #2

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