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    Using Powershell to send email message using CDOSYS

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    Scripts are used do a pre-check before getting started with debugging application. VB Scripts being the favourite on Microsoft platform. Most common being CDOSYS issues. Below is the Powershell script to send email using System.Net.Mail namespace. [System...
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    How to get the body of the email message using Exchange 2007 Web services

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    Futher to SGriffin's Weblog as below: http://blogs.msdn.com/stephen_griffin/archive/2007/02/09/exchange-web-services-and-internet-message-headers.aspx in order to access the body of an email message, the MAPI property PR_BODY_HTML (0x1013) could be used...
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    Exchange 2003 and Outlook 2003 moves to Extended Support

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    Exchange Server 2003 goes into Extended Support on 4/14/2009. Details on our lifecycle policy for Exchange 2003 can be found at http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/?LN=en-us&p1=1773&x=11&y=9 Products Released General Availability Date Mainstream...
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    PropertyAccessor object in Outlook 2007 OOM

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    As mentioned in the http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266353 , programmatically reading MAPI properties by using APIs such as Extended MAPI the PropertyAccessor object in the Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 object model is supported. Here's how we do it in...
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    GetAttachment doesn't get Size of the attachment

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    For those, who don't use Exchange Web Services API, but bank on its Requests and Responses. An email message has a attachment table that contains the attachments, and these in turn contain the properties such as PR_ATTACH_SIZE, PR_ATTACH_DATA_BIN etc...
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    Outlook 2007 and Simple MAPI

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    We have seen a lot of applications that use Simple MAPI. Unlike Extended MAPI (or MAPI), it is supported in managed code as well. Also, a lot developers have come across issues with Simple MAPI with Outlook 2007. Starting with Outlook 2007, Simple MAPI...
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    Outlook Rules!

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    Rules are evaluated in sequence according to the increasing order of this value. The evaluation order for rules that have the same value in this property is undefined. PidTagRuleSequence: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd188686.aspx The Rule...
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    Personal Store (PST) without Outlook

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    Is there a way to access Personal Store (PST) wihtout having Outlook installed? Reason: Take out the Outlook dependency from PST ;-) Further to SGRIFFIN'S blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/stephen_griffin/archive/2007/03/19/mapi-and-exchange-2007.aspx Exchange...
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    What you need to know about MAPI properties

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    MAPI properties runs from 0001 to 3FFF 4000 to 7FFF belongs to message and recipient properties, and either clients or service providers can define properties in this range Named properties – 8000 onwards Secure profile properties for Service providers...
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    PST folder Hierarchy

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    The article sheds light into how PST folder hierarchy is created. Adding a PST to an existing profile doesn't create the all the Special Folders and looks as below: We have the IPM Root, Common Views, Search Results, Deleted Items under the "Top of Personal...
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     getting inserted before the base64 encoded representation of the binary data of GIF image

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    When an application is creating a CDO[6.5.6756.0] Message and inserting a BodyPart of the type GIF image , and the base64 encoded representation of the binary data is initialized to the body part as shown below: Const c_Base64Sample = "R0lGODlhEAAOAPcAAAAAAIAAAACAAICAAAAAgIAAgACAgICAgMDAwP8AAAD...
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