Ryan's Look at Outlook Programmability

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September, 2006

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About Ryan's Look at Outlook Programmability

As a member of the Outlook product team, I have a unique perspective on the Outlook platform and the inner-workings of the Outlook object model.  On this blog, I will attempt to share these perspectives and provide information on how to integrate with Outlook and how to take advantage of the platform to build powerful and richly integrated solutions.

From time to time I may have guest bloggers as well.  These posts will be clearly identified with the source of the information and reference to the guest blogger.

  • Ryan's Look at Outlook Programmability

    Third Party Add-ins and Outlook 2007

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    While we spend a great deal of time and effort to ensure that the Outlook platform is 100% backwards compatible with previous versions of Outlook, occasionally add-ins do something unexpected, or use the platform in an unexpected or undocumented way....
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    Beta 2 Technical Refresh

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    I'm always late on posting these announcements, but as of Sept 9, the B2TR release of Office 2007 is available on the MS download site. B2TR is available only as a patch to Office 2007 beta 2, so if you already have that installed don't start uninstalling...
  • Ryan's Look at Outlook Programmability

    Blog Q&A

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    A while back while I was taking about forms, I got a number of questions from readers out there in web land who wanted to know more detailed answers to some questions. I haven't been ignoring you, I promise, but we've been super busy getting Office 2007...
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