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probelm using JINTEGRA for accessing MICROSOFT EXCHANGE 2003 !!

 
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Hello friends ,
I am trying to use my java program to access the EXCHANGE SERVER using JINTEGRA as a tool and i have been working on it for past 2days rigorously.
The problem which i am facing is that i am unable to access the CDOEX.DLL
which resides on the exchange server as it says :
"Since J-Integra uses DCOM to talk to COM components from Java, and since
only executables can be accessed via DCOM, you cannot immediately access the dll on server. Instead, you must first configure a surrogate executable that will be used to access the DLL."
I have also learned how to do this :
its using setdllhost utility thats comes packed with JINTEGRA but the thing is do i need to configure exchange server's cdoex.dll .Cant i do this from client side ??
Is anyone having any other option than this as noone practically allows u to make a change to the exchange server.
Hoping for a prompt and helpful solution to this .
Thx,
SAurabh
 
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