I'm running IIS4 server and Exchange 5.5 server on two different machines.
I'm writing a web application to connect my company's mailboxes to the
internet, so that each user can view and send email through web-based forms.
As I understand it, CDO is the way to do this. As suggested by Proffesional
Active Server Pages 2.0, I installed IIS4 on my Exchange Server, reran the
IMS Wizard, and I am using the LogonSMTP method to logon and ATTEMPT to
access Exchange users Inboxes and Outboxes. However, IIS continues to use
its own SMTP service to send messages, and I cannot view inboxes at all. CDO
on my IIS machine is NOT talking to Exchange. Should I be using CDO instead
of CDONTS? If so, how do I install it? I'm really looking for a simple and
straight-forward way of accessing these mailboxes, preferably with some sort
of authenticated security, although this is not my main concern. Just
sending and viewing messages online - that's all i need. I've searched
endlessly for some resources, but they just add to the confusion. Can anyone
Thank you very much for your time,