Java and Outlook
I'm trying to find some Doc on Java and Outlook,
Let me know if this is possible and if I can get some aid on where to go.
I get thousands of emails from a select few with dates, Time/Date
Using Outlook 2007
Java Program to Read Email that contains Time / Date by Keywords in Email
Java Program takes these and creates a word doc
Java Program Takes the word Doc and creates Outlook calendar appointments
I'm trying to figure out th ebest way to go about this,
Is their a way to just read the emails and conver them automatically to outlook calendar?
Is Java the best way to go about doing this, or should I go with Visual Basic?
I am knowledgeable in both Java and Visual Basic,
What methodical approach should I take when developing the Java Program?
let me know your guys/gal's thoughts.
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