Develop Web Applications with XML and Exchange 2000 - 19 Feb 2002

Since its introduction, many computer pundits have touted Extensible Markup Language (XML) as a cure-all for electronic data interchange problems. The hype is often justified-XML lets you easily describe data and share it among applications. Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server supports XML natively, making it a great Web-development platform. In this article, I'll briefly describe the difference between XML and HTML, then show how you can use XML to get, set, and search data in Exchange 2000

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