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I've been asked to create a small application that would allow one to enable or disable their Out Of Office in Outlook.

The person who will be making this change would be the same person who is changing their Out of Office status (e.g. Sally cannot change Johns Out of Office).

Additionally, is there a way to enter a Start/End date that the Out Of Office message could be shown (e.g. 5/1/2010 to 5/4/2010)?

Is there some example(s), article(s) or source code that describes accomplishing this in C# via either by Windows Form/Outlook Add-On?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!

Posted 26-May-10 8:03am
Edited 26-May-10 8:26am

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Solution 1

Is it especially troublesome to just do it in Outlook? My advice is that you investigate the Office SDK.

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