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Communicate between MS Exchange (email) with Java app using Mule, or IBM ESB

Sam Gehouse
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Anybody has experience using Mule or IBM's ESB to communicate between Java app (JDK 1.4.2) deployed in Z/os with MS Exchange (email) in Windows?

The custom Java app could perform bi-directional CRUD operations on calender and schedule that is in MS Exchange. Mule or IBM ESB could be used in the middle.

Scenario is:
Java app < --> Mule, or IBM ESB <-- > MS Exchange (email)

Java app could do CRUD on calender or schedule in MS Exchange.
 
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