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Depends on what you are trying to do and where you want the code to run. On the exchange server, other server within the same perimeter network, coperate network, internet.
But have a look at CDO...
A simple sample sending email using CDO
Or without CDO using TCP and the native SMTP RFC
Monday, October 30, 2006
There is a page on MS's site that outlines what the supported technologies are for access Exchange from .NET. If you can't find it on Google, send me an email and I'll look it up for you.
Basically, right now, the best supported way is to use WebDAV. There is another way, but its only supported for code that actually runs on the same box as Exchange.
I've written webDAV client classes. There is also one that you can buy. (Make sure you get WebDAV for Exchange, not just general purpose webDAV). I'd suggest buying one if you can afford it. Again, email me if you can't find a suitable product on Google.
Finally, note that Exchange 2007 will introduce a WebServices API, making all of the above obsolete! :-)
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
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