A code monkey in Research

One developer's view of (a little bit of) Microsoft Research, Cambridge

  • A code monkey in Research

    Outlook object model

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    The Outlook object model is described in detail in the MSDN library . However, while that tells you what methods, properties and events exist, there's not a huge amount of information about what they're actually for. I found Carter & Lippert 's Visual...
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    Adding some ribbon XML

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    The first thing to do to the project started earlier is to add something to the Outlook ribbon. Right click on the project and select "add new item." You'll see two ribbon related options, the first being "Ribbon (Visual Designer)" - this offers an easy...
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    NoReplyAll Add-In 2.3.3

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    A new version of the add-in is now available: go to http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/60860f41-88ab-4bb4-8104-765feca9cfed/ to start playing with it. New features include nicer buttons (well, I think they're nicer), better indication to...
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    Introduction to NoReplyAll

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    Despite its ubiquity and value, there are an awful lot of things that annoy us about email - one sin that seems to be almost unforgivable is doing a reply to all ("big R reply") when reply to sender ("little r reply") was intended. I have to say I don...
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