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XP_SQL2EXCHANGE without Outlook MAPI? - 23.Apr.2008 5:08:25 AM   
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Hello All

But of a newbie here, we have a SBS 2003 SP2 Premium with SQL 2000 installed.

We run a hire system that user SQL as it's backend. This has a lot of client information contained in it that i would like to transfer automaticaly once a week to an exchange public folder.

Now i have come across the XP_SQL2EXCHANGE extended stored procedure which seems ideal, i have installed it, managed to build the SQL query required to get all of my data how i want it but i have come across a small snag.

It appears that it uses the Outlook MAPI layer to communicate with Exchange. Now as this is a SBS 2003 system i am not supposed to install Outlook on it due to MAPI conflicts with Exchange.

So my question i guess is, does anyone know a way around this problem, or another solution that will achieve what i want. I have looked at the Exchange API's but they don't seem to allow you to write to exchange.

Cheers

Gareth
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