Outlook articles

On this page you will find an overview of all articles that I have written myself. The more recent articles deal with software development with .NET (C#, Visual Studio, VSTS, Azure, LINQ, Entity Framework, Web services, WPF, Silverlight, ...) in particular. The older articles were often written for the purposes of courses or demonstrations at my computerclub and these articles are mostly about Delphi, PHP, databases, Javascript, Windows, Office, Multimedia applications, Atari, ...

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.NET - Cleaning up and organizing Outlook mailboxes
This small article contains a few C# scripts which can be executed in LINQPad to clean up and organize Outlook mailboxes. If you want to keep Outlook performing as fast as possible and to reduce the size of mailboxes then these scripts and my OutlookProvider component can simplify this job.
- English - .NET, Office, Outlook, LINQ, LINQPad
.NET - Display Outlook contact pictures in WPF application
In this article I will show you how to create a ValueConverter class which can be used in a WPF application to display the pictures of the Outlook contacts.
- English - .NET, Office, Outlook, LINQ, WPF
.NET - Execute queries on Office data with LINQPad
This short article is an addition to my 'Querying Outlook and OneNote with LINQ' article. It describes how you can utilize the free LINQPad tool to execute queries on Office data.
- English - .NET, Office, Outlook, OneNote, LINQ, LINQPad
.NET - Querying Outlook and OneNote with LINQ
In this article I will describe how I developed two wrapper classes for Outlook and OneNote. These classes can be used to execute LINQ to Objects (.NET 3.5) queries on emails, appointments, tasks, contacts, notebooks, sections, pages, ... So you could call it LINQ to Outlook and LINQ to OneNote.
- English - .NET, Office, Outlook, OneNote, LINQ
Use data from Outlook in Access
This is a small article, written in Dutch, which demonstrates how to export data from Outlook (agenda, contacts, ...) to Access. In Access these data can be used to build queries or reports.
- Dutch - Office, Outlook, Access