Pocket Outlook Object Model Application Development (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
The Pocket Outlook Object Model (POOM) API is a COM-based library that provides programmatic access to Personal Information Manager (PIM) data on mobile devices. It provides functionality for manipulating PIM-item collections and folders. This section contains topics that explain how the object model is structured, its design objectives, the similarities and differences between it and its desktop counterpart; and how you can interface your custom application with it.
- Design Goals for the Pocket Outlook Object Model
Describes the POOM design philosophy.
- Basic Object Model
Illustrates the POOM architecture.
- Differences Between the Pocket Outlook Object Model and the Outlook Object Model
Describes the differences between the Outlook object model and the Pocket Outlook Object Model.
- Integrating Applications with Outlook Mobile
Outlines the structure of the Pocket Outlook Object Model, and explains how the pieces fit together.