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Outlook Query
 
Antony Jones




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Joined: 2005-04-06
Firstly congratulations on a first class product, certainly saving me an ago of coding at the moment!

I'm trying to achieve the following within Outlook:

When I change some configuration values in a property page I need to be able to selectively enable controls within an ADXOlExplorerCommandBar, is this possible as I can't figure out how to reference the my ADXOlExplorerCommandBar object from within the Property Page.

My other problem involves trapping outgoing email messages as they are sent, do you have any examples of this? We use mostly VB.Net but can convert C# without too much difficulty.

Many thanks

Tony
Posted 14 Apr, 2005 10:51:33 Top
Matt Driver


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Just my thoughts: regarding you first issue I have many properties that change on my options page. I actually store them in the registry on the properties apply event and reload them everytime outlook starts. At the end of the apply event I then call a function called:

addinModule.Set_Globals() which is actually located in the main addin area. This function then reads the registry settings and sets the properties of the explorer toolbar etc.

I cannot comment on issue 2.

Regards

Matt
Posted 14 Apr, 2005 11:35:50 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Matt.

Thank you for help.
Posted 14 Apr, 2005 14:13:59 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Antony.

I will prepare you an example and give a link to download.
Posted 14 Apr, 2005 14:14:13 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi Anthony.

You can download an example here:
http://www.add-in-express.com/projects/outgoingmail.zip
Posted 15 Apr, 2005 04:12:34 Top
Antony Jones




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Joined: 2005-04-06
Hi Sergey,

I'm stunned by your quick response - just what I needed as well!

Matt thanks also for taking the time to reply.

Many thanks
Tony
Posted 15 Apr, 2005 04:41:07 Top