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How to: Access a Message on an IMAP Store Without Downloading the Entire Message

Last modified: October 10, 2010

Applies to: Office 2010 | Outlook 2010 | Visual Studio

This topic shows a code sample in C++ that queries a message store for the IProxyStoreObject interface, and uses the returned pointer and the IProxyStoreObject::UnwrapNoRef function to obtain a pointer to an IMAP store object that has been unwrapped. Using this unwrapped store allows access to a message in its current state without invoking a download of the entire message.

Because UnwrapNoRef does not increment the reference count for this new pointer to the unwrapped store object, after successfully calling UnwrapNoRef, you must call IUnknown::AddRef to maintain the reference count.

    HRESULT hRes = S_OK; 
    IProxyStoreObject* lpProxyObj = NULL; 
    LPMDB lpUnwrappedMDB = NULL; 
    hRes = lpMDBIn->QueryInterface(IID_IProxyStoreObject,(void**)&lpProxyObj); 
    if (SUCCEEDED(hRes) && lpProxyObj) 
        hRes = lpProxyObj->UnwrapNoRef((LPVOID*)&lpUnwrappedMDB); 
        if (SUCCEEDED(hRes) && lpUnwrappedMDB) 
            // UnwrapNoRef doesn't addref, so do it here 
            (*lppMDBOut) = lpUnwrappedMDB; 
    if (lpProxyObj) lpProxyObj->Release(); 
    return hRes;