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Message Store Provider Sample

Published: July 16, 2012

The Sample Wrapped PST Store Provider uses a Personal Folders file (PST) provider as the back end for storing data. The wrapped PST store provider should be used together with the Replication API.

The Replication API enables you to replicate items from a back-end data repository into a Microsoft Outlook PST store. You use the Replication API to replicate the data into a dedicated PST store and keep track of the synchronization state. For more information, see About the Replication API.

Most of the functions in the Sample Wrapped PST Store Provider pass their arguments directly to the underlying PST provider. Certain functions require special implementation and are described in the following topics.

Executable:

WrpPST32.dll

Source code directory:

SampleWrappedPSTStoreProvider\WrapPST

Language:

C++

Platforms:

Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 to compile for Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1

This sample supports Microsoft Outlook 2010 64-bit and has now been revised for Outlook 2013. See the following topics for additional information:

To install the Sample Wrapped PST Store Provider

  1. To download the Sample Wrapped PST Provider, see Downloading the Outlook MAPI Samples.

  2. Locate the folder where you saved the Outlook MAPI Samples. Right-click the OutlookMAPISamples-<version number> zip folder and then click Extract All.

  3. Click Browse, select the location where you want to save the sample, and then click Extract.

  4. Run Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.

  5. In Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, click File, select Open, and then click Project/Solution.

  6. Browse to the location where you saved the sample, click WrapPST.vcproj, and then click Open.

  7. On the Build menu, click Build Solution.

  8. In the Save File As dialog box, click Save.

  9. In the folder where you saved the sample, right-click the install.bat file and then click Run as administrator.

  10. In the User Account Control dialog box, click Continue.

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