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MAPI Extender News

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MAPI EXTENDER 

FIXES AND IMPROVEMENTS


Rev 27000  Jan 18, 2000   DRD
       Initial release.

Rev 27001 July 26, 1999 DRD
       Added functions.

Rev 27002 Feb 29th 2000 DRD
       Fixed problem with mCompatible GPFing.

Rev 27003 June 2nd 2000 DRD
       Fixed problem with mSendmail and mLogon Not specifying a new session.
       Added mSendMailEx, to handle mutilple recipients and attachments.
       mReadNext, fixed problem when no recipients were specified. 
 
Rev 27004 June 8th 2000 DRD
       Modified mSendMailEx, to explicitly specify NO return recipt requested.

Rev 27005 August 1st 2000 DRD
       These changes were a result of a problem with how Exchange handled attachments.
       Changed mSendMailEx, to specify A value of -1 for Position in MapiFileDesc 
       - means the attachment position is not indicated, the client application will have to provide 
         a way for the user to access the attachment. 

Rev 27006 Dec 12, 2000 DRD
      The MAPI extender has been updated to a few format
      to allow more descriptive function names and additional
      parameters.  This version of the extender requires
      WinBatch 2001A or newer to run.  This extender will 
      not work on WinBatch 2000C or older.
      
      In addition, so as not to affect existing scripts using 
      a previous version of this extender, the extender DLL 
      has been renamed to include a 34I in the DLL name 
      instead of a 32I.  Old and new versions of this 
      extender can *usually* co-exist side by side.
      
      To use the new extender with old scripts and with 
      WinBatch 2001A or newer you will need to change the 
      AddExtender line in the script to reflect the new DLL 
      name.   e.g.
      
         AddExtender("wwmap32i.dll")
      should become
         AddExtender("wwmap34i.dll")

Rev 27007 August 31st, 2001 DRD
        Now captures errors to WWWBATCH.INI.

REV 44008  Apr 13, 2005 

      Modified mSendMailEx to no longer check the address format using CheckAddress. This will 
      help resolve some problems with familiar names/alias.
      

      The MAPI extender has been updated to a new
      format to allow more descriptive function names and
      additional parameters.  This version of the extender
      requires WinBatch 2004B or newer to run.  This
      extender will not work on WinBatch 2004A or older.
      
      In addition, so as not to affect existing scripts using
      a previous version of this extender, the extender DLL
      has been renamed to include a 44I in the DLL name
      instead of a 34I.  Old and new versions of this
      extender can *usually* co-exist side by side.
      
      To use the new extender with old scripts and with
      WinBatch 2004B or newer you will need to change the
      AddExtender line in the script to reflect the new DLL
      name.   e.g.
      
         AddExtender("wwmap34i.dll")
      should become
         AddExtender("wwmap44i.dll")
      


Rev 44009  July 1, 2008   Test Build



Rev 44010  July 3, 2008

      Modified heading name to reference 44i in error reporting to
      wwwbatch.ini

      Fixed problem mFindNext seed message-id parameter.

      Fixed error reporting to write decimal value to wwwbatch.ini instead
      of the hex equivalent.

      Added optional parameter to mSendMailEx for special handling of
      delimited recipient lists that contain spaces.

      Fixed mSendMailEx bug where the functions was only sending to first
      name in recipient lists.

      New function mAddress(). The mAddress function merely allows
      developers to access the address list user interface. It allows address
      browsing only.  


  Rev 44011 Sept 3rd, 2008

     WWWBATCH.INI is now placed in the 
           [Application Data]\WinBatch\Settings
           directory, instead of in the Windows directory. 

           You can obtain the [Application Data] directory using the
           ShortCutDir() function with the shell folder name 'AppData'.




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Last Updated: 2011:09:14:12:55:13