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MAPIDetails function

[The use of this function is discouraged. It may be altered or unavailable in subsequent versions of Windows.]

The MAPIDetails function displays a dialog box containing the details of a selected address list entry.

Syntax


ULONG WINAPI MAPIDetails(
  _In_  LHANDLE lhSession,
  _In_  ULONG_PTR ulUIParam,
  _In_  lpMapiRecipDesc lpRecip,
  _In_  FLAGS flFlags,
  ULONG ulReserved
);

Parameters

lhSession [in]

Session handle that represents a Simple MAPI session or zero. If the value of the lhSession parameter is zero, MAPI logs on the user and creates a session that exists only for the duration of the call. This temporary session can be an existing shared session or a new one. If additional information is required from the user to successfully complete the logon, a dialog box is displayed.

ulUIParam [in]

Parent window handle or zero, indicating that if a dialog box is displayed, it is application modal. If the ulUIParam parameter contains a parent window handle, it is of type HWND (cast to a ULONG_PTR). If no dialog box is displayed during the call, ulUIParam is ignored.

lpRecip [in]

Pointer to the recipient for which details are to be displayed. MAPIDetails ignores all members of this MapiRecipDesc structure except the ulEIDSize and lpEntryID members. If the value of ulEIDSize is nonzero, MAPIDetails resolves the recipient entry. If the value of ulEIDSize is zero, MAPIDetails returns the MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP value.

flFlags [in]

Bitmask of option flags. The following flags can be set.

ValueMeaning
MAPI_AB_NOMODIFY

The caller is requesting that the dialog box be read-only, prohibiting changes. MAPIDetails might or might not honor the request.

MAPI_LOGON_UI

A dialog box should be displayed to prompt the user to log on if required. When the MAPI_LOGON_UI flag is not set, the client application does not display a logon dialog box and returns an error value if the user is not logged on.

MAPI_NEW_SESSION

An attempt should be made to create a new session rather than acquire the environment's shared session. If the MAPI_NEW_SESSION flag is not set, MAPIDetails uses an existing shared session.

 

ulReserved

Reserved; must be zero.

Return value

This function returns one of the following values.

Return codeDescription
MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIPIENT

The dialog box could not be displayed because the ulEIDSize member of the structure pointed to by the lpRecips parameter was zero.

MAPI_E_FAILURE

One or more unspecified errors occurred. No dialog box was displayed.

MAPI_E_INSUFFICIENT_MEMORY

There was insufficient memory to proceed. No dialog box was displayed.

MAPI_E_INVALID_RECIPS

The recipient specified in the lpRecip parameter was unknown or the recipient had an invalid ulEIDSize value. No dialog box was displayed.

MAPI_E_LOGIN_FAILURE

There was no default logon, and the user failed to log on successfully when the logon dialog box was displayed. No dialog box was displayed.

MAPI_E_NOT_SUPPORTED

The operation was not supported by the underlying messaging system.

MAPI_E_USER_ABORT

The user canceled either the logon dialog box or the details dialog box.

SUCCESS_SUCCESS

The call succeeded and the details dialog box was displayed.

 

Remarks

The MAPIDetails function presents a dialog box that shows the details of a particular address list entry. The display name and address are the minimum attributes that are displayed in the dialog box; more information can be shown, depending on the address book provider. The details dialog box cannot be suppressed, but the caller can request that it be read-only or modifiable.

Details can only be shown for resolved address list entries. An entry is resolved if the value of the ulEIDSize member of the MapiRecipDesc structure is nonzero. Entries are resolved when they are returned by the MAPIAddress or MAPIResolveName functions and as the result being recipients of read mail.

Requirements

Header

Mapi.h

DLL

Mapi32.dll

See also

Simple MAPI
MAPIAddress
MAPILogon
MapiRecipDesc
MAPIResolveName

 

 

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