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https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd633710(EXCHG.80)Takes about 6 lines of code to get the mail from a mailbox: Exchange Service service = new Exchange Service(Exchange Version. Credentials = new Network Credential( "", "", "" ); service. [email protected] Company.com" ); Find Items Results If your Exchange server is configured to support POP or IMAP, that's an easy way out. You should be able to use MAPI to access the mailbox and get the information you need. NET MAPI library (MAPI33) I know of seems to be unmaintained.This used to be a great way to access MAPI through . There's more information about where you can get it here: Download location for MAPI33.dll?I also need to be able to read the sender's email address, subject, message body and download an attachment if any. NET interop DLL is officially unsupported by Microsoft--it will appear to work fine, but there are problems with memory leaks due to their differing memory models.
Finally, you could use Exchange 2003's Web DAV support, but Web DAV is complicated, .If you do not see your specific error message listed, look under the function in use when the error occurred (such as Email, Install, Login, Photo, Search, Send, or Update).Note 2: If you need additional assistance getting CTI Navigator working properly, CTI customers can call CTI's Tech Support (at 1-800-533-1031) on weekdays during normal business hours or click here and follow the instructions to .Rebuilt XP after major crash, installed new Excel 2007, tried to open Workbook whose macros have worked for years -- got thrown in debug with following message: "Microsoft Visual Basic "Compile error: "Can't find project or library"" VBA command "Left$" was flagged -- tried compile, "Date" function flagged with same error message! I have never had a "Can't find project or library" compile failure before, and I can't think of anything that could cause it.
Tried another install with a different NEW Excel, got same result! Assuming standard components then try running the following script, you can see if there are others to be added in the top comments and add them to the str GUID string: It probably requires automation enabling: Office Button | Excel Options | Trust Centre | Trust Centre Settings | Macro Settings | Trust Access to the Visual Basic Project Chris To Create a macro: ------------------ Alt F11 to open the macro editor For User Code: Insert | Module to insert a code module into the project In the project tree select the module. As I said, I rebuilt XP, and reloaded a new Excel, and the fail occurred.
NET ones wanting--especially when it comes to some of the quirks of 2003's IMAP implementation--and this one was cheap enough and worked on the first try.