Hello Tom,

----- Original Message ----
> > The 'Debug_Installed' target is needed
> > to build.  Also, prebuilt dependency
> > DLLs can be downloaded from...
> Okay, I'm so out of Visual Studio development it's kinda sad.  When  
> you talk about the Debug_Installed target is needed to build what  
> exactly do you mean?

This is the "Configuration Target".  It can be found
on the standard build toolbar.  The default options
are "Debug" and "Release" usually.  We have a
third target, "Debug_Installed".  Select that in the
build toolbar and you should be good to go.

This target is basically the same as the "Debug"
except it places the built DLL in the 
C:\Windows\System32 directory.  Useful for
speeding up build/test cycles.

> test it with Leopard Calendar server and I am having a heck of a  
> time.  Can anyone post some detailed instructions on how to build the  
> code.  I would really like to start testing.  Thanks.

I'll try to get a milestone build out this weekend.

To build from SVN...
1. Get the code... http://sourceforge.net/svn/?group_id=66565

2. Get the dependency binaries...   dev-build-binaries-20070715-01.zip
on http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=66565

3. Unzip the binaries in the "otlkcon" folder of the source.

4. Open the "otlkcon.sln" file and click the build button.

This should work, let me know if it doesn't.

Best regards,

> -Tom
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