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Programming Applications for Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 by Ryan Gregg, Randy Byrne

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Chapter 7. Address Books and Recipients

To communicate electronically, you need an addressing system. This chapter first provides an overview of common address books in Outlook including the Exchange Global Address List, the Outlook Address Book, and custom address books. Once you have the overview, you will dive into the Recipients collection and the Recipient object. These objects provide the foundation for related objects such as the AddressEntry object. Derived from the AddressEntry object, the ExchangeUser object exposes detailed information about a user on Microsoft Exchange. This information includes manager and direct reports relationships. The ExchangeDistributionList object lets you enumerate Exchange distribution list owners and membership. ...

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