The March 2013 Second Release (build 126.96.36.1999) is live: http://mfcmapi.codeplex.com.
This is an emergency build to correct a problem a few people were having running MFCMAPI on Windows XP.
Here's a change list - see the Issue Tracker on Codeplex for more details, or look at the code:
with last MAPICDO (188.8.131.5209) and using last MFCMAPI (184.108.40.2069) we can create MAPI profile for Exchange 2013.
But there is a problem with Public Folders - when we logon with created profile and then try to open Public Folders store -> we get MAPI_E_FAILONEPROVIDER on Function: CallOpenMsgStore File: MainDlg.cpp Line: 436
And then (when cursor is set on Public Folders store) it shows properties PR_RECORD_KEY, PR_PROVIDER_UID and PR_SERVICE_UID as PT_ERROR
Can you explain how to resolve this problem?
I tried posting the question from below on another article I think, but I do not find it, so here it is again:
I have managed to open a profile in Exchange 2013 (on Windows 2012), using latest MFCMAPI version.
However, being logged on as builtin domain administrator (also being the user used when installing the Exchange Server), when I try to open another user's mailbox I get the following error:
Code: MAPI_E_FAILONEPROVIDER == 0x8004011D
Function OpenOtherUsersMailboxFromGal( lpMAPISession, lpAddrBook, &lpMailboxMDB)
A similar error is popped up if I create a profile for another user's mailbox:
Function CallOpenMsgStore( lpMAPISession, (ULONG_PTR)m_hWnd, lpEntryID, ulFlags, (LPMDB*) lppMAPIProp)
My suspicion is that it is permissions related; do you have any suggestions?
If it were permissions related, shouldn't I get MAPI_E_NO_ACCESS?
Anyway, in case of permissions, what exactly permissions should I set up?
Is this article still open for comments, because I posted a question yesterday and it does not show up ?
Hi , any answer for this query ? we are facing the same
Where can i find documentation about MFCMapi and MrMapi?
This release includes copies (or slightly-modified copies?) of the MAPI headers from the Office 2010 drop; are there newer headers for Office 2013? msdn.microsoft.com/.../cc963761.aspx suggests that there are not. FWIW, it also points to a completely-incorrect path for installing the 2010 headers.
There was not a refresh to those headers for 2013. I've documented a handful of additions on my blog, but the intention with those is that if you need them, you'll include the definitions by hand, as MFCMAPI does.