Chapter 18. Working with Recipients and Address Lists

Messages, meeting requests, and task requests are all examples of Outlook items that involve recipients. Recipients are useful not just for sending messages, though. In Chapter 13, we saw that the Namespace.GetSharedDefaultFolder method requires a Recipient object as one of the parameters necessary to return a folder from another user’s Exchange mailbox and that the Namespace.CreateRecipient method provides an easy way to create a Recipient that is not attached to any message or other Outlook item. The Recipient object is also crucial to determining whether a user is available for a meeting at a particular time.

This chapter provides an overview of the key Outlook objects that expose information ...

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