“Because there’s no such thing as an orginal idea”

I’ve created this blog to give something back to the development community, in that the technologies I deal with are not as well covered in depth as you’d expect.

Hope you find the blog useful.  See you there!

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  1. Hi,

    (I tried to add this comment to the article: https://anoriginalidea.wordpress.com/2008/01/11/getting-the-smtp-email-address-of-an-exchange-sender-of-a-mailitem-from-outlook-in-vbnet-vsto/ but for some reason after I try to submit the comment, I always get a “discarded”-message. I would still really appreciate if you would have time to read this through and give an answer to the question at the bottom)

    Thanks for the great article. I’m planing to use this to find the SMTP-addresses of all the recipients of a mail message.

    I’m just wondering about one thing. Is it possible to have multiple accounts in the Exchange-server that have same display names but the actual email-addresses are different (for example, I would have two Recipient-objects with same Outlook.Recipient.Name but different Outlook.Recipient.Address.) I guess this could happen in large organizations that have employees with identical names.

    In that case, wouldn’t the call to loAddress.Resolve() (in function GetEmailAddressForExchangeServer) fail? Would you have any ideas how this problem could be solved?

    Best Regards,

    Aki Hämäläinen

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