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Pocket Outlook Object Model Reference (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/6/2010

The Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API provides access to Personal Information Manager (PIM) data on Windows Embedded CE-based devices. It mirrors the desktop version of the Outlook Object Model, yet it has a smaller scope of functionality. POOM is a COM-based type library that provides an objectoriented framework for creating, modifying, and displaying IAppointment, ITask and IContact items—and for manipulating the folders that contain them.

For information about the desktop version of the Outlook Object model, see this Microsoft Web site.

The following members are included in the POOM API.

Outlook Mobile Command Line Launch Parameters

Contains information about how the Outlook Mobile applications Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks, can be invoked with command-line parameters.

Pocket Outlook Object Model Enumerations

Contains detailed information about each of the POOM enumerations: OlBusyStatus, OlCurrentCity, OlDaysOfWeek, OlDefaultFolders, OlImportance, OlItemType, OlMeetingStatus, OlRecurrenceType, OlReminderOptions, and OlSensitivity.

Pocket Outlook Object Model Functions

Contains information about the Windows Embedded CE CePimCommand function, which is used for creating menu add-ins.

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On Windows Mobile devices, do not use CePimCommand; use the IContextMenu interface instead. For more information, see How to: Implement .
Pocket Outlook Object Model Interfaces

Contains detailed information about the POOM interfaces: IAppointment, ICity, IContact, IException, IExceptions, IFolder, IPOlItems, IPOlRecipient, IPOutlookApp, IPOutlookItemCollection, IRecipient, IRecipients, IRecurrencePattern, ITask, ITimeZone.

Exchange Client

Learn about how e-mail and PIM items are stored and accessed on an Exchange server, and the Exchange Client Catalog item. Contains reference pages, code examples, and information on Exchange Client application Development.

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