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Collaboration Data Objects: Send Microsoft Exchange Appointment Reminders to Your Pager Using CDO

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Besides your typical e-mail services, Microsoft Exchange also provides the service infrastructure you need to build extensible knowledge and workflow management systems. Understanding Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) is the key to accessing these Exchange services for your own programs. With CDO you can automate tedious tasks and integrate information such as e-mail, calendars, and contacts with almost any application. This article explains how CDO enables you to access Exchange services, then walks you through a sample application that reads calendar events from an Exchange server and sends pager reminders to your users.

Sean McCormick

MSDN Magazine June 2000




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