This document is meant to provide implementers with a concise view of the strategic direction of the CDO API and to help developers understand which version works best for their application needs.
The CDO library has proven to be extremely popular with developers, because the library provides developers an easy way to create, manipulate, and send Internet messages.
Information provided here covers the versions of CDO shipping in the Microsoft Windows® 2000 and Exchange 2000 Server products.
It also includes brief information on how the architecture has evolved from previous versions of CDO.
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Previous versions of CDO, with the exception of CDO for Microsoft Windows NT®, relied heavily on MAPI as the data access and transport format.
This allowed for the development of powerful, collaboration applications, several of which are in widespread deployment today.
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This document covers the versions of CDO shipping in the Microsoft Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 Server products.
(8 printed pages) Overview CDO References This document provides a roadmap for developers for the Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) application programming interface (API), in the Microsoft® Exchange 2000 Server timeframe.
Going forward, the new versions of CDO will be enhanced in two significant ways; they will be based on Internet-defined standards, and they will leverage standardized data-access formats, that is OLE DB/ADO.
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