Programmatical configuration of Outlook 2007


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Ewgenijkkg

Hello, guys. I want to write an outlook configuration tool, which
would set various settings of outlook: check or uncheck its
checkboxes, configure accounts and so on. The tool is supposed to be
written in delphi. Are there any possibilities to access the
corresponding settings of outlook and to change them from the outside?

BR
Ewgenij
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

Hello, guys. I want to write an outlook configuration tool, which
would set various settings of outlook: check or uncheck its
checkboxes, configure accounts and so on. The tool is supposed to be
written in delphi. Are there any possibilities to access the
corresponding settings of outlook and to change them from the outside?
The programmers like to hang out in microsoft.public.outlook.program_vba
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Why not use the Office Customization Tool available free from Microsoft?

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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.
ALWAYS post your Outlook version.
How to ask a question: http://support.microsoft.com/KB/555375


After furious head scratching, Ewgenijkkg asked:

| Hello, guys. I want to write an outlook configuration tool, which
| would set various settings of outlook: check or uncheck its
| checkboxes, configure accounts and so on. The tool is supposed to be
| written in delphi. Are there any possibilities to access the
| corresponding settings of outlook and to change them from the outside?
|
| BR
| Ewgenij
 
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Ewgenij Sokolovski

The programmers like to hang out in microsoft.public.outlook.program_vba

Hello:) The problem is that I do not want to program that tool in VBA.
I want an external tool, not an Outlook embedded one.
 
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Ewgenij Sokolovski

Why not use the Office Customization Tool available free from Microsoft?

Hmm, I need a tool, which pops up a window, there you can click on
"configure" and Outlook will be configured. Optionally you can enter
account data or default values will be used. The goal is to simplify
the configuration of Outlook - to make it transparent for the user.
And using the Office Customization Tool does not achieves the goal. I
mean, you could simply start Outlook and configure everything manually
just as well:)

BR
Ewgenij
 

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