Yes, of course, you can do this rather I'll say it's a childs' play to do
However, if you say that you want to create To-do list out of that then I'll
its more trickier since the To-do list folder is virtual one and you need to
the Store to add items to To-do list folder.
See, it is independent of thing whether you want this piece of work done as
standalone application or Add-in from Outlook, if you are using OOM. I could
given you the code but that will not suffice your needs as you should write
of code according to your needs. All I can help is to provide you some
Before, you start, have a look at OOM structure at MSDN. Now, include the
reference in your project to Microsoft Outlook Object Library. The steps
that you need
to follow are:
1) Create an object of ApplicationClass
2) Open your access database file
3) Get a reference to the Tasks folder using MapiFolder mf = (MAPIFolder)
4) For each record in your access file, use app.CreateItem() function
5) Typecast to TaskItem object and set the appropriate properties after
columns of database
6) Call Save method
7) Viola!! you are done.
That's all with it. Now, iterate steps 4 through 6 for all the records in
your access file.