Dan's WebDAV 101
This blog covers Messaging API development for Exchange and Outlook. My name is Daniel Bagley, I'm on the Messaging Developer Team.
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mailto - limitations and paths forward
The mailto tag used in html content is used to load the default mapi client (email client) on the user's box when its link is clicked and have it display a window for sending email. The mailto link can contain basic information such as who the message, subject, etc. There are however some limitations...
22 Aug 2008
HOWTO: Set and Get the a multibyte (Japanese, Chinese, Etc) custom header with CDOSYS
Custom headers in multibyte languages (Japanese, Chinese, etc) will not be encoded properly when set using CDO alone. They may appear to be correctly set, however when read back on a recieved message they may be messed-up. Here is an example of a Japanese header: I had a case where a customer wanted...
24 Jul 2008
Comparing strings - a few samples
I thought I would share some simple sample code which is useful for finding problems in string content. Here are three methods I wrote which are useful to see whats in a string and differences between strings. I use these with a simple program which uses two text boxes for pasting text into and a third...
6 Jun 2008
CDO 1.21 and Unicode Text (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc)
CDO 1.21 and Unicode Text (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc) Having issues using CDO 1.21 with multi-byte (unicode) languages such as Japanese, Korean, Chinese? Do you want a way to create an appointment item with Japanese text using CDO 1.21? This is not as straight-forward as it should be, here...
14 Feb 2008
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