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Microsoft Outlook Programming, Jumpstart for Administrators, Developers, and Power Users


Permalink 04:02:48 pm, by lano1106, 95 words, 3389 views   English (CA)
Categories: Windows programming, Windows programming

Microsoft Outlook Programming, Jumpstart for Administrators, Developers, and Power Users

Microsoft Outlook Programming, Jumpstart for Administrators, Developers, and Power Users, Sue Mosher, ISBN: 1555582869

It is not perfect. One complain is that the first part is too easy and is aimed for total beginners and then there is the second part where a lot of material is presented too fast. I wished that the book spent less time with very basic (pun intended) VBA stuff but takes more time to make the transition to more advanced topics smoother.

Other than that, the book contains a lot of code that can easily be reused such as in my C++ tutorial that shows how to automate Outlook from a C++ program.

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Comment from: Zoid [Visitor] Email · http://trappio.net
nice blog and good info. Went to your blog after seeing one of your fantastic posts in moderated c++ group.

keep up the stylish and thoughtful work Olivier.

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Comment from: Biji Prathap [Visitor] Email
would wish if your code for download was built for VC2002 or is the source code available somwhere for total build on compiler of choice?
PermalinkPermalink 12/05/07 @ 22:06
Comment from: lano1106 [Member]
Hi Biji,

I have updated the src zip file at http://www.olivierlanglois.net/Outlook_Automation_with_cpp.html to include the cpp files contained into mfcpp.lib.

All you have to do is to add these files in the list of files to compile and remove the dependency on the lib file. It should be fine now. Just let me know if you still have unresolved linker errors.

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