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…my Windows Phone first update? This first update for Windows Phone is designed to improve the software update process itself.
How to update?
You’ll need to connect your phone to your computer and update it using either the Zune software for your PC or the Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac (depending on which kind of computer you have).
So just install one of these programs, connect your phone to your computer via the USB cable, and then follow the on-screen instructions. I also strongly encourage you to check out our step-by-step guide for updating your phone on the Windows Phone website.
Please note: If you’ve installed the Zune software or the Windows Phone 7 Connector in the past, you might actually need to update that program first and then use it to update your phone. If that’s the case, you’ll know. Just follow the on-screen instructions, restart the software, and then connect your phone.
Need more help?
Install Zune software Install Windows Phone 7 Connector
Want to get and install MAPI header and library files? MAPI header and library files are included as part of the Microsoft Windows SDK. Once you have installed Microsoft Windows SDK, you can access MAPI header files by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.
Before you can install MAPI header and library files, make sure that you have met the following prerequisite -You have a supported Windows-based operating system installed and running on your computer.
Download and install Microsoft Windows SDK.
Obtain and install Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or a later version (optional). Note: Windows SDK is installed to \Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows as a component of Visual Studio.
After following these steps, you can view the MAPI header and library files in the following locations. The MAPI header files are located at <drive>\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\<SDK_Version>\Include. The MAPI library file Mapi32.lib is located at <drive>\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\<SDK_Version>\Lib.
SGriffin's MAPI Internals: Outlook 2010 MAPI Reference Outlook 2010: MAPI Header Files. For a list of MAPI header files, see Finding Header Information. How to: Link to MAPI functions, refer http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc963763(v=office.12).aspx Mapi32.dll Stub Registry Settings Setting Up the MSI Keys for Your MAPI DLL Explicitly Mapping MAPI Calls to MAPI DLLs
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 helps keep your PCs and servers on the latest support level. It also provides ongoing improvements to the Windows Operating System (OS), by including previous updates delivered over Windows Update as well as continuing incremental updates to the Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 platforms based on customer and partner feedback. This enables organizations to deploy a single set of updates. Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 will help you:
Download: You can download it from the following link:
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For support and troubleshooting, you can anyone of the following:
You can download the latest MFC MAPI utility to view GAL entries, which uses the Messaging API to provide access to MAPI stores through a graphical user interface.
Try the following steps:
1) Open MFC MAPI utility. Select Session menu and select “Logon and Display Store table” ( I chosen for this session). It will ask you prompt the profile.
2) Select the profile. Once you select it, it will open the stores associated with it.
3) Select Address Book Menu and select "Open Default Directory” option
4) It will list out the GAL entries
5) If you select a GAL entry in the top pane, it will display its associated properties, tag, type, value etc in its below pane.
Recently one of my customer updated that when he tried connecting to a mailbox that is located on a Exchange Server 2010 from Exchange Server 2003 by using a custom MAPI/C++ application. But it failed and it thrown the following error message: “MAPI_E_FAILONEPROVIDER”.
As part of troubleshooting the issue, we tried using MFC MAPI utility and can reproduce the issue. During troubleshooting, we found that this issue occurs because the MAPI subsystem on an Exchange Server 2003 server is not designed to be used on an Exchange Server 2010 server.
To resolve this issue, we recommended to use the following Exchange MAPI subsystem on an Exchange Server 2010 server/on a Exchange Server 2007 server.
Please note that the Exchange MAPI client and Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) 1.2.1 can be installed only on Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 servers. Additionally, it includes the MAPI client libraries and supports CDO 1.2.1. However, you cannot install this download on an Exchange 2003 server.
1) You can download the MAPI Sub system @ Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI client and Collaboration Data Objects 1.2.1
2) You can download the MFC MAPI Utility @ http://mfcmapi.codeplex.com/