CSV To vCard VCF Converter Software Serial 7.0

Developer: Sobolsoft
Requirements: None
Limitation: Nag screen, limited functionality
Operation system: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7/8
Price: $19.99
License: Free to try
Version: v7.0
Downloads: 4033
Rating: 4.1 / Views: 2987
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RDOMail.Import did not import CATEGORIES vCard header (olVCard format). Signed messages function properly.  •  MAPIUtils.HrSetOneProp and SafeItem.Fields[] etc. “Dirtied” the underlying Outlook object by resetting the Subject property, which resulted in Outlook changing the ConversationIndex property. Passing null (Nothing in VB) rather than Empty (Empty.Value in .Net) to the RDOAddressBook.ShowAddressBook method for the first parameter (Recipients) raised an error. Set Session = CreateObject(“Redemption.RDOSession”) Session.MAPIOBJECT = Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT for each RssFeed in Session.RssFeeds    Debug.Print RssFeed.LocalName & ” – ” & RssFeed.RemotePath next ProfMan: Added Service.UID property (corresponds to the PR_SERVICE_UID MAPI property).

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RDOSession.GetSharedMailbox sometimes raises “Could not find the store DN” error when accessing mailboxes hosted on the Exchange 2007/2010. Added Profile.Copy method (Profman library) that allows to make a copy of a given profile.

Posted on 2012-01-16

HTML messages returned by RDOMail.Reply / ReplyAll did not include embedded images from the original message. SQL returned by RDOFolderSearchCriteria.AsSQL and RDORule.ConditionsAsSQL did not quote the Boolean values of the Sent/UnRead/Submitted properties.

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02/07/2005 Version Bug fix: Attachment.SaveAsFile did not correctly handle attachments received from Macintosh Bug fix: Free/Busy information created by Outlook 97 was not correctly retrieved. SafeMailItem.Send under Outlook 2007 did not move the message to the Sent Items folder. Unlike RDOSession.GetMessageFromMsgFile (which can also create a new MSG file), you can specify the MSG file format (default, Unicode, ANSI) and the message class of the new item so you will always get back the right item kind rather than the generic RDOMail. ‘Create a contact (can be any other type of item) on top of a new MSG file ‘Below we will get back a contact since we explicitly specify the message class (“IPM.Contact”). ‘The MSG file will be created in the Unicode format for Outlook 2003 or higher or ANSI format ‘for the older versions of Outlook (since mffDefault = 1 is used) ‘The last two parameters are optional set Session = CreateObject(“Redemption.RDOSession”) Session.Logon   ‘don’t really need to call this method set Contact = Session.CreateMessageFromMsgFile(“c:tempTestContact.Msg”, “IPM.Contact”, 1) Contact.FirstName = “Dmitry” Contact.LastName = “Streblechenko” Contact.EMail1Address = “” Contact.Save Bug fixes: Specifying the Sent, Submitted, Unread properties in the WHERE clause in MAPITable.ExecSQL, RDOItems.Find/Restrict methods (e.G. “SELECT Subject from folder where Unread = ‘true’ “) produced as error “Unexpected constant used with Sent/Submitted/Unread: ‘TRUE’ “. Set Session = CreateObject(“Redemption.RDOSession”) ‘open or create a new PST store set Store = Session.LogonPstStore(“c:temptest_default_folders.Pst”, 1, “Test Default Folders Store”) set Store = Session.Stores.DefaultStore ‘make sure the new PST store has all the default folders Store.ValidateIPMTree ‘now create a new contact in the default Contacts folder of the newly created PST store set Contact = Store.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderContacts).Items.Add Contact.Email1Address = “” Contact.FirstName = “Dmitry” Contact.LastName = “Streblechenko” Contact.Save Added RDOSession.CurrentWindowsUser property representing the identity of the current Windows user.