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Display method for GroupWise message

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Has anyone found a "display" method for the GroupwareTypeLibrary.Message
object, comparable to the Display method of the Outlook.MailItem object?

I simply want end user or have the option of displaying the message to edit
instead of firing it straight off.

Use the AddExistingMessage method versus Add?

I can't find anything in the GroupWise SDK; Novell or Groupwise NG's

TIA


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On Oct 23 2003, 10:19 am, "Dennis Hartmann" <dh*******@mlcost.com> wrote
in news:3f**********@corp.newsgroups.com:
Has anyone found a "display" method for the
GroupwareTypeLibrary.Message object, comparable to the Display method
of the Outlook.MailItem object?

I simply want end user or have the option of displaying the message to
edit instead of firing it straight off.

Use the AddExistingMessage method versus Add?

I can't find anything in the GroupWise SDK; Novell or Groupwise NG's


GroupwareTypeLibrary provides access to the GroupWise messaging engine on
the workstation, but it does not allow you to work with the GroupWise
client. In other words, it does not provide any UI at all, so if you want
to let the user create a new message, you have to create your own "new
message" form, etc.

If you want to use GroupWise client UI, then look into GroupWise tokens.
There is some documentation and samples on developer.novell.com.

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