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Jo
Hi,

What I need to do is be able to look at a certain folder
on the mail exchange server and read/view the emails in
it. I then need to be able to move the emails I've looked
at to another folder on the same server. I'm trying to do
this using VB.NET.
Can anyone help in anyway? Are there any .net components
that make this possible? Can I be running my application
from another server machine or does it need to reside on
the exchange server?

Greately appreciate any help,

Jo
Jul 21 '05 #1
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