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IMAPIStatus : IMAPIProp

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Provides status information about the MAPI subsystem, the integrated address book, and the MAPI spooler. A service provider implements IMAPIStatus to supply information about its own status.

Header file:

Mapidefs.h

Exposed by:

Status objects

Implemented by:

Service providers and MAPI

Called by:

Client applications

Interface identifier:

IID_IMAPIStatus

Pointer type:

LPMAPISTATUS

Transaction model:

Nontransacted

ValidateState

Confirms the external status information available for the MAPI resource or the service provider.

SettingsDialog

Displays a property sheet that enables the user to change a service provider's configuration.

ChangePassword

Modifies a service provider's password without displaying a user interface.

FlushQueues

Forces all messages waiting to be sent or received to be immediately uploaded or downloaded.

Required properties

Access

PR_DISPLAY_NAME (PidTagDisplayName)

Read/write

PR_PROVIDER_DISPLAY (PidTagProviderDisplay)

Read/write

PR_PROVIDER_DLL_NAME (PidTagProviderDllName)

Read-only

PR_RESOURCE_FLAGS (PidTagResourceFlags)

Read-only

PR_RESOURCE_METHODS (PidTagResourceMethods)

Read-only

PR_RESOURCE_TYPE (PidTagResourceType)

Read-only

PR_STATUS_CODE (PidTagStatusCode)

Read-only

The status objects that MAPI implements support the following methods:

Status object

Supported methods

MAPI subsystem

ValidateState only

MAPI address book

ValidateState only

MAPI spooler

ValidateState and FlushQueues

The status objects that MAPI implements are required to have a read-only version of the methods of the IMAPIProp interface and to support the ValidateState method. Transport providers should also support FlushQueues. All providers should support SettingsDialog; support for ChangePassword is optional.

Clients use status objects to perform configuration and to learn about the state of the session. They access a status object by calling the OpenStatusEntry method of a service provider logon object or the IMAPISession::GetStatusTable method to retrieve the status object.

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