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LPFNBUTTON

Defines a callback function that MAPI calls to activate an optional button control in an address book dialog box. This button is typically a Details button.

Header file:

Mapidefs.h

Defined function implemented by:

Service providers

Defined function called by:

MAPI

SCODE (STDMETHODCALLTYPE FAR * LPFNBUTTON)(
  ULONG_PTR ulUIParam,
  LPVOID lpvContext,
  ULONG cbEntryID,
  LPENTRYID lpSelection,
  ULONG ulFlags
);

Parameters

ulUIParam

[in] Handle of the parent windows for any dialog boxes or windows this function displays.

lpvContext

[in] Pointer to an arbitrary value passed to the callback function when MAPI calls it. This value can represent an address of significance to the client application. Typically, for C++ code, lpvContext represents a pointer to a C++ object.

cbEntryID

[in] Size, in bytes, of the entry identifier pointed to by the lpSelection parameter.

lpSelection

[in] Pointer to the entry identifier defining the selection in the dialog box.

ulFlags

[in] Reserved; must be zero.

S_OK

The call succeeded and has returned the expected value or values.

Client applications call a callback function based on the LPFNBUTTON prototype to define a button in a details dialog box. The client passes a pointer to the callback function in calls to the IAddrBook::Details method.

Service providers call a hook function based on the LPFNBUTTON prototype to define a button in a details dialog box. The provider passes a pointer to this hook function in calls to the IMAPISupport::Details method.

In both cases, when the dialog box is displayed and the user chooses the defined button, MAPI calls LPFNBUTTON.

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