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Kuang Zhang's Corner
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Hello Everyone! My name is Kuang (pronounced like Quan) and I am a keyboard monkey AKA a developer. I want to use my column as a place for other developers to reference Exchange and Outlook code samples and tips. I plan to incorporate new and neat development tricks as I learn (or discover) them. I will try to keep these pages well organized and easy to read for quick access and use. If any of you have suggestions, ideas, or questions you would like addressed in the future, please feel free to email me at. kzhang@outlookexchange.com. I look forward in hearing from you.


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Kuang is a senior developer for IT FACTORY and has been working with Outlook and Exchange development projects for several years.

You may contact Kuang at kzhang@outlookexchange.com.


 
 
 


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