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Display MailBox content

Display MailBox content

(OP)
Hi there,

Using GroupWise 7.02 with API SDK 2006-02-02...
Here's how (Delphi code) I retrieve mailbox's content:
---
s:='(MAIL) AND (BOX_TYPE=INCOMING) AND (CREATE_DATE >= TODAY - 7)';
vGWBox := vGWLog.AllMessages.Find(s);
---
All works fine except that it returns all messages, even those already classified (in personal cabinet folder).

Is there a parameter or filter to display only messages currently in the MailBox folder?

Thanks in advance,

Rej Cloutier

RE: Display MailBox content

(OP)
Again...

How to display the mailbox content as it is shown in GroupWise Mailbox UI (as the old MailBox object did)?

Filter:
s='(MAIL) AND (BOX_TYPE=INCOMING) AND (CREATE_DATE>=TODAY-7)'
Method:
vGWBox := vGWLog.AllMessages.Find(s);
(as formerly, but doesn't work anymore!%?&*)
vGWBox := vGWLog.MailBox.Find(s);

AllMessages return too many items and users only want to see what is displayed under GroupWise Inbox User Interface.

Thanks for help,

Rej Cloutier

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