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Reading and Writing Messages in Outlook Express

, 27 Mar 2006
This article was done to provide an example of IStoreNamespace / IStoreFolder.
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Pablo Yabo
Technical Lead http://www.nektra.com
Argentina Argentina
Pablo Yabo is a Software Developer since he was young, specialized in system internals.
In 2003 years ago founded with Sebastian Wain a Company named Nektra specialized in Outlook Express and Outlook Plugin Development.
Now there is a new Windows Live Mail API 2011 / 2009 that works on all the platforms Windows 7, Vista and XP
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