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Retrieving Exchange Addresses Directly?

I'm looking for a way (or a link showing a way) to access the names and
e-mail addresses in a MS Exchange datasource and put them into a .NET
application's listbox.

The look-and-feel I'm seeking would be for a user to click a command button,
then the application retrieves a listing of name/e-mail combinations from
the Exchange server, performs any necessary formatting, and populates a
listbox with the results.

The part that I'm missing is the retrieval from the Exchange server's
datasource. Anyone familiar with doing this? Is there a .NET Framework
class that contains this type of functionality?

-Ryan-
Jul 21 '05 #1
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