Discover a new "Outlook," and write some C# code that uses the .NET SmtpClient class to programmatically save e-mails in the EML format.
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by Jon Shoberg - Learn how to perform advanced user and contact scripting on Exchange 2003 with Powershell. When finished, you'll have knowledge and insight on using Powershell to perform advanced management functions.
Interacting with Office functionality in a .NET application can add a new level of functionality while providing the user with familiar methods of getting work done. In Part One of this series, explore a sample WinForms Outlook contact management application.
Don't wait for Exchange 2007 to use Powershell in your enterprise messaging environment. Learn how to create mailboxes in Exchange 2003 and take your management to the next level.
Through a set of intuitive classes, the release of .NET 2.0 provides excellent support for sending e-mails. Learn the new ways of sending mail through its System.Net.Mail namespace.
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