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NameSpace.GetSelectNamesDialog Method

Office 2007
Obtains a SelectNamesDialog object for the current session.

Version Information
 Version Added:  Outlook 2007

Syntax

expression.GetSelectNamesDialog

expression   A variable that represents a NameSpace object.

Return Value
A SelectNamesDialog object for the current session. The SelectNamesDialog object supports displaying the Select Names dialog box for the user to select entries from one or more address lists in the current session.

Example

The following code sample shows how to instantiate an instance of SelectNamesDialog for the current session, and use it to display entries from the Contacts folder in a dialog box that resembles the Select Names dialog box in the Outlook user interface.

Visual Basic for Applications
Sub ShowContactsInDialog()
    Dim oDialog As SelectNamesDialog
    Dim oAL As AddressList
    Dim oContacts As Folder
    
    Set oDialog = Application.Session.GetSelectNamesDialog
    Set oContacts = _
        Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderContacts)

    'Look for the address list that corresponds with the Contacts folder
    For Each oAL In Application.Session.AddressLists
        If oAL.GetContactsFolder = oContacts Then
            Exit For
        End If
    Next
    With oDialog
        'Initialize the dialog box with the address list representing the Contacts folder
        .InitialAddressList = oAL
        .ShowOnlyInitialAddressList = True
        If .Display Then
            'Recipients Resolved
            'Access Recipients using oDialog.Recipients
        End If
    End With
End Sub



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