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How to Write a COM+ Component

Discover how to write a component that can be used in a COM+ enviroment.

Using C# to Create Distribution Lists

Learn how to access the exchange domain and create a distribution list programmatically by using C# and Active Directory.

FileSystemWatcher�Why Does It Stop Working?

Ever wondered why, when using FileSystemWatcher over a network drive, it seems to forget what it's supposed to do? This article aims to explain the problem and show you how to solve it.

Accessing the Address Book Data Using MAPI

Learn the different ways of accessing the address book data using Extended MAPI. It explains how to work with both smaller and larger address books in a Global Address List of an organization.

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