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Hello friends!

I am working on vc++.
I want to retrieve programatically the folder names of a mailbox of
exchange server.
Is there any way to retrieve these folders?

I want to retrieve those bocz the Exchange server may be installed on a
computer having a language other than english.

Plz Help..

-Alok

Oct 9 '06 #1
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a...@mwti.net wrote:
Hello friends!

I am working on vc++.
I want to retrieve programatically the folder names of a mailbox of
exchange server.
Is there any way to retrieve these folders?

I want to retrieve those bocz the Exchange server may be installed on a
computer having a language other than english.

Plz Help..
You're question is not about the C++ language so is off-topic in this
newsgroup. You need to ask in a microsoft programming group. This FAQ
has some suggestions.
http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Gavin Deane

Oct 9 '06 #2

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i m doing it using c++ only.
but thanx

Gavin Deane wrote:
a...@mwti.net wrote:
Hello friends!

I am working on vc++.
I want to retrieve programatically the folder names of a mailbox of
exchange server.
Is there any way to retrieve these folders?

I want to retrieve those bocz the Exchange server may be installed on a
computer having a language other than english.

Plz Help..

You're question is not about the C++ language so is off-topic in this
newsgroup. You need to ask in a microsoft programming group. This FAQ
has some suggestions.
http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Gavin Deane
Oct 9 '06 #3

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i m doing it using c++ only.
but thanx

Gavin Deane wrote:
a...@mwti.net wrote:
Hello friends!

I am working on vc++.
I want to retrieve programatically the folder names of a mailbox of
exchange server.
Is there any way to retrieve these folders?

I want to retrieve those bocz the Exchange server may be installed on a
computer having a language other than english.

Plz Help..

You're question is not about the C++ language so is off-topic in this
newsgroup. You need to ask in a microsoft programming group. This FAQ
has some suggestions.
http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Gavin Deane
Oct 9 '06 #4

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Alok wrote:
i m doing it using c++ only.
but thanx

Gavin Deane wrote:
>a...@mwti.net wrote:
>>Hello friends!

I am working on vc++.
I want to retrieve programatically the folder names of a mailbox of
exchange server.
Is there any way to retrieve these folders?

I want to retrieve those bocz the Exchange server may be installed on a
computer having a language other than english.

Plz Help..
You're question is not about the C++ language so is off-topic in this
newsgroup. You need to ask in a microsoft programming group. This FAQ
has some suggestions.
http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Gavin Deane

You may be using C++, however what you want to do doesn't have anything
to do with C++ at all. You're working with the Win API but are using C++
to make it work. You could just as easily use VB to call the Win API
functions, but that wouldn't make it a VB issue either.

As Gavin said, you need to repost in a MS programming news group. Do a
search on Google groups with a few keywords to find an appropriate
newsgroup. :)

Quantum
Oct 9 '06 #5

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al***@mwti.net wrote:
Hello friends!

I am working on vc++.
I want to retrieve programatically the folder names of a mailbox of
exchange server.
Is there any way to retrieve these folders?
there probably is, why don't you check in relevent newsgroups?
>
I want to retrieve those bocz the Exchange server may be installed on a
computer having a language other than english.

Plz Help..

-Alok
The rule is if you are looking for a solution that only runs on
Windows, or Linux, or Unix, or Solaris or Mac, etc... its off topic.

Oct 9 '06 #6

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