Outlook 2000 Programming Bible

Outlook 2000 Programming Bible

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If Microsoft Outlook can do it, you can do it too If you're a developer who wants to build collaborative solutions using Outlook 2000, then this is the guide for you. Covering cutting-edge topics such as Collaboration Data Objects, Component Object Model add-ins and Outlook Web components, this comprehensive book will help you extend Outlook to maximize its information-sharing capabilities in desktop, Exchange Server, and Web environments. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of Outlook 2000 ProgrammingHarness Outlook's "at a glance" features: Outlook Today, Folder Home Pages, Outlook View ControlImplement collaborative applicationsOptimize Outlook's messaging and data storing capabilitiesIntegrate Outlook with other Office 2000 apps, such as Access, Word, and ExcelCreate applications for corporate and workgroup solutions using Microsoft Exchange ServerBonus CD-ROM includesTrial version of ZipOut 2000Source code for examples and applications in the bookShareware programs are fully functional, free trial versions of copyrighted programs. If you like particular programs, register with their authors for a nominal fee and receive licenses, enhanced versions, and technical support. Freeware programs are free, copyrighted games, applications, and utilities. You can copy them to as many PCs as you like - free - but they have no technical support. www.idgbooks.com System Requirements: PC running Windows 95/98/NT/2000, 16MB RAM, 60MB hard drive spaceshow more

Product details

  • CD-ROM | 572 pages
  • 188 x 234.7 x 41.9mm | 988.84g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764546503
  • 9780764546501

About G. Kent

About the Authors Jeff Kent is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Los Angeles Valley College in Valley Glen, CA. He teaches a number of programming languages, including Visual Basic, C++, Java, and, when he's feeling masochistic, Assembler. He also manages a network for a Los Angeles law firm whose employees are guinea pigs for his Outlook/Exchange Server applications. Jeff has co-authored programming books, is a lawyer, and is a former professional chess master. David Jung has been programming on computers since the early 1980s. A graduate of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, David has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in computer information systems. His development expertise is in architecting and constructing cross-platform client/server and distributed database solutions using Visual Basic, XML, Access, SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, and Internet technology. He is a member of the Pasadena IBM Users Group's technical staff and leads its Visual Basic Special Interest Group. David has co-authored a number of books on Visual Basic ranging from introductory and reference titles to client/server development.show more

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Outlook 2000 Object Model. Chapter 1: Introduction to Outlook 2000. Chapter 2: The Gateway ObjectsApplication and NameSpace. Chapter 3: Accessing and Viewing Folders. Chapter 4: Outlook Items. Chapter 5: Outlook Forms. PART II: Outlook Applications. Chapter 6: Building Outlook Applications. Chapter 7: Integrating Outlook 2000 with Microsoft Office. Chapter 8: COM Add-Ins. PART III: Web Enabling Outlook. Chapter 9: Outlook Web Components. Chapter 10: Outlook Web Access and Forms. Chapter 11: Active Server Pages (ASP) and Collaboration Data Objects (CDO). Appendix A: Whats on the CD-ROM. Appendix B: Outlook Resources. Index. End-User License Agreement. CD-ROM Installation Instructions.show more