Kevin Terry


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Coupling Outlook to SQL Server

SQL Server has drivers to read almost any data source, but they are not always the easiest to work with. New author Kevin Terry spent quite some time learning how he could pull data from Outlook using DTS and scripting. Most information on the internet requires Exchange to be on the same server as SQL Server to get the data, but this solution works with any configuration, and can pull any information, email address, contact information, etc. from Outlook.

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2005-02-01

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