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  1. #1
    judd Guest

    Exchange 5.5 Calendaring Structure


    Hello, can someone point me to information on pulling
    calendaring information out of Exchange 5.5 and Exchange
    2k for all users into a text format or something like it.
    Ultimately, we need to take all the free/busy information
    and meetings times and such and dump them into a SQL
    database so that we can run reports off of the database.

    thank you,

    j
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    MarkN Guest

    Re: Exchange 5.5 Calendaring Structure


    I suggest getting the book on writing collaberation software for Exchange
    2k from MS (There is a 5.5 book too, but it is somewhat different depending
    on what you are trying to do). I've mentioned it a bunch of times here.
    It will show you how to pull data from Exchange. You can then put it into
    what every format you desire.

    A problem with what you want to do is that as soon as you pull the data it
    will be out of date and out of synch. You might (should?) be able to dynamically
    report directly from Exchange because you can use ADO to access Exchange.


    "judd" <hovermalej@beinetworks.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello, can someone point me to information on pulling
    >calendaring information out of Exchange 5.5 and Exchange
    >2k for all users into a text format or something like it.
    >Ultimately, we need to take all the free/busy information
    >and meetings times and such and dump them into a SQL
    >database so that we can run reports off of the database.
    >
    >thank you,
    >
    >j


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    Michael Brown Guest

    Re: Exchange 5.5 Calendaring Structure


    "judd" <hovermalej@beinetworks.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello, can someone point me to information on pulling
    >calendaring information out of Exchange 5.5 and Exchange
    >2k for all users into a text format or something like it.
    >Ultimately, we need to take all the free/busy information
    >and meetings times and such and dump them into a SQL
    >database so that we can run reports off of the database.
    >
    >thank you,
    >
    >j


    Hello, I believe that creating a script would be the best route for performing
    the task you want. I have experience with programming CDO (the underlying
    framework of Exchange) in VB, C++, and ASP. I would be willing to help you
    determine your needs for free (create an RFP). From there, you would be
    able to find a consultant who can complete the work for you or I could do
    it. I am very professional and pride myself on building quality business
    relationships. If you would like to discuss this further please send me
    an email, and we can go over details of what you need done.

    Sincerely,
    Michael Brown
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