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Connecting to Outlook calendar folder

Connecting to Outlook calendar folder

Connecting to Outlook calendar folder

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I have developed some reports using Crystal Reports 8.0 on Outlook calendar folders.

I can preview the results from Crystal Reports software.

However, when I try to run these from an HTML page using HREF, system prompts for login/Password. Now irrespective of what you input, the prompt keeps coming back.

I do not understand this bahaviour. Is it due to the fact that Web component server users SSL encryption protocol? Is there any further setup required to fix this?

Next, I tried using ASP page which constantly gives error on the following line of code:

session("oApp").Logonserver "p2soutlk.dll", "Appointment","Mailbox - Name","accountname",""

Can somebody please guide me on this. Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Raj

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