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Developing Applications Using Outlook 2000, CDO, Exchange, and Visual Basic
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- Copyright 2000
- Dimensions: 7-3/8x9-1/4
- Pages: 592
- Edition: 1st
- ISBN-10: 0-201-61575-4
- ISBN-13: 978-0-201-61575-3
"This is the 'must have' book for programming with Outlook and CDO. This book provides the details, tips, and cautions that can save you time and frustration when building collaborative applications. So if you like 'the best' in your technical library, get this book." --Deborah Kurata, InStep Technologies, Inc.
Written for IT developers who build collaborative and workflow applications, this book provides a comprehensive reference to working with Microsoft's powerful collaborative development environment, including Outlook 2000, Exchange Server, Visual Basic, and the Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) Library. It demonstrates ways in which these technologies can be tied together into effective business solutions--from small-scale groupware to large-scale enterprise-wide systems.
Developing Applications using Outlook 2000, CDO, Exchange, and Visual Basic offers an overview of the Microsoft collaborative landscape, and then examines each element of that environment in detail. Numerous examples showcase the applications made possible with these technologies and demonstrate VBScript coding techniques. You will find in-depth information on such important topics as:
- properties, methods, and events available in Outlook 97, 98, and 2000
- the Outlook 2000 object model
- working with Outlook 2000 mail, calendar, task, and address book capabilities
- VBA and COM add-ins
- using Outlook Forms and VBScript
- Outlook web access
- the Forms 2.0 to HTML converter tool
- the CDO rendering object model
- Exchange agents and routing objects
In addition, this book shows how a number of outside technologies can extend the capabilities of the Outlook/Exchange development environment, including Active Directory (ADSI) services, SQL Server, and ActiveX Data Objects (ADO). The examples include approving purchase order reports using Exchange, maintaining a corporate directory using Outlook and SQL Server, and building an eCommerce application with Exchange and SQL Server.
A comprehensive supporting Web site, including sample code and Visual Basic project files, can be found at http://www.MMAnet.com/OutlookExchange.
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