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    Reading an Access database with .Net 2.0

    I’m writing an ASP .Net 2.0 page that emails all the addresses in a database but after reading through the Microsoft help files about databases all the info I can find refers to using the Gridview control to display the database on a page but I need to each extract each email address one at a time. I've done this with .Net 1 but .Net 2.0 seem harder.

    Is there any help files or code I could be pointed to? I just need the database code as I've done all the rest.

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