Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server have grown rapidly in the market, edging Lotus Notes in popularity as the workplace collaboration tools of choice. They've also evolved with important new capabilities for application ...
development-including the Outlook HTML forms converter, Collaboration Data Objects (CDO), scripting agents, and Active Server Pages (ASP). In PROGRAMMING MICROSOFT OUTLOOK AND MICROSOFT EXCHANGE, corporate solution providers get the information they need to use this rich platform to build strategic, collaborative applications. The book details the Outlook 98 development environment, drilling into examples of tracking, routing, knowledge-management, real-time collaboration, and workflow applications. It thoroughly covers the basics for building Web-based solutions on the Exchange platform using ASP and CDO, offering best practices for debugging and development. Readers then ramp up to advanced topics such as working with Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI), adding workflow to applications, and migrating solutions to Windows NT(r) 5.0.