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Updated: 2018-01-10T21:18:30.042+11:00

 



no see the comments above that link to some artilc...

2006-10-27T12:05:00.000+10:00

no see the comments above that link to some artilcles that should help geting started with event sinks. Once you have got your head around how sinks work you can then have a go at this one.

Cheers
Glen



Hello,I don't get the script running. Is the a tut...

2006-10-27T00:10:00.000+10:00

Hello,

I don't get the script running. Is the a tutorial some where?

Regards



Howdy, I would really really appreciate an instal...

2004-08-12T22:58:00.000+10:00

Howdy,

I would really really appreciate an installer for this script, and an example of how to use it.

Cheers!



Be carefull when cutting and pasting this script f...

2004-07-21T09:38:00.000+10:00

Be carefull when cutting and pasting this script from the blog as you may find some lines overflow (onto the next line) and you'll have compile errors.

To get VBS event sinks going on a Exchange 2003/2000
server you first need to register the script host sink
have a look at http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=264995 . The procedure is the same under 2003. This installs a COM+ object which essentially hosts the VBS script you are going to use. There's is a lot of good documentation in the Exchange SDK (which you can download from http://msdn.microsoft.com/exchange ) around using Event sinks. I've also written several articles about using the VBS Event sink on Exchange have a look at.

http://www.outlookexchange.com/articles/glenscales/wssevtar.asp

http://www.outlookexchange.com/articles/glenscales/shesdat.asp

http://www.outlookexchange.com/articles/glenscales/cdotandt1.asp



Any hints (step by step) on how to make a use of i...

2004-07-21T01:04:00.000+10:00

Any hints (step by step) on how to make a use of it? I'm not a developer and would like to use it :-)



This could come in handy - thanks. Colin Walker h...

2004-07-14T04:41:00.000+10:00

This could come in handy - thanks.

Colin Walker
http://randomelements.me.uk/blog



Very cool! I will try it out. http://blogs.slash...

2004-07-13T02:14:00.000+10:00

Very cool! I will try it out.

http://blogs.slashstar.com/alex/