How to access another resource in Groupwise

Could anyone tell me or direct me to a sample of some code, that shows how to access another resource in Groupwise with VB.
The main goal is to send a appointmentsfrom another resource by accessing this resource that you have authority from own mailaccount
or from an account I have access to.
This so far I have come:
Dim objApp
Dim objAccount As Account
Dim objDraftMsg
objApp = CreateObject("NovellGroupWareSession")
' objAccount = objAccount.ObjType.egwResource
objAccount = objApp.Login("", "") 'My own account but want to access either the account that owns the resource or from my own
' objAccount = objApp.objtype.egwresource("Schema")
objDraftMsg = objAccount.WorkFolder.Messages.Add("GW.MESSAGE.APP OINTMENT")
Dim date1 As New Date(2013, 5, 2, 8, 30, 0)
objDraftMsg.StartDate = date1
objDraftMsg.Duration = 1.5 / 24 ' duration
objDraftMsg.OnCalendar = True
objDraftMsg.Subject.PlainText = "Testar schema" ' Subject
objDraftMsg.BodyText.PlainText = "Hlsar Giggi" ' Body
Thank you un advance

On 4/30/2013 1:26 PM, giggi wrote:
> Could anyone tell me or direct me to a sample of some code, that shows
> how to access another resource in Groupwise with VB.
> The main goal is to send a appointmentsfrom another resource by
> accessing this resource that you have authority from own mailaccount
I don't have time to write code but as I recall you have to PROXY into
the account. There's a proxy method IIRC that returns an Account from
which you can send mail if you were granted rights to do so.

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