Windows Mail Accounts Reference

This documentation provides accounts-related information about the set of interfaces for objects related to Windows Mail (formerly Outlook Express).

New applications should not use this set of interfaces and schemas. These interfaces and schemas exist for backward compatibility with legacy applications. These interfaces and schemas will be unavailable in the future.

Interfaces

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IImnAccount

Do not use. Represents the base Internet Mail and News (IMN) account object.

IImnAccountManager

Do not use. This object allows a client to create, open, delete, and enumerate accounts.

IImnAccountManager2

Do not use. Extends IImnAccountManager.

IImnAdviseAccount

Do not use. When a method in the account manager is called that deletes, modifies or changes a default account, notifications are generated. A client can hook all notifications by implementing the simple IImnAdviseAccount interface.

IImnAdviseMigrateServer

Do not use. Used to receive notification when an account is migrated.

IImnEnumAccounts

Do not use. Used to enumerate IMN accounts.

IPropertyContainer

Do not use. Gets and sets values of account properties.

 

Enums

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ACCTTYPE

Do not use. Defines the various account types.

PROPTYPE

Do not use. Defines the data type of a property.

SMTPAUTHTYPE

Do not use. Defines Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) authentication types.

 

Structures

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ACCTLISTINFO

Do not use. Contains information about an account list for display in a dialog box.

ACTX

Do not use. Contains account information.

 

Constants

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Account Flags

Do not use. Account type flag values that can be set and their meaning.

Account Initialization

Do not use. Account initialization type values that can be set, and their meaning.

Connection Types

Do not use. Connection type values that can be set, and their meaning.

IMAP Dirty Flags

Do not use. Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) special folders list dirty flag values that can be set, and their meaning.

LDAP Authentication Types

Do not use. Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication type values that can be set, and their meaning.

LDAP NTDS Types

Do not use. LDAP NTDS type values that can be set.

LDAP Paged Result Support Types

Do not use. For convenience, query results may be broken into pages. The following LDAP paged result support types are defined:

NNTP Post Format Types

Do not use. Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) posting format type values that can be set, and their meaning.

NNTP User Information Types

Do not use. NNTP user information type values that can be set, and their meaning.

Server Types

Do not use. Server type values that can be set and their meaning.

 

 

 

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Build date: 6/30/2011

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