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Search for messages in shared folders

Search for messages in shared folders

Search for messages in shared folders

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Hi all,

I'm using Delphi (via GW API) to extract messages from GroupWise.  

CODE

vGWApp:=CreateOleObject('NovellGroupWareSession');        
vGWLog:=vGWApp.Login;        
sFind:='(MAIL) AND (BOX_TYPE=INCOMING)';

if bAllMsg then
   vGWFind := vGWLog.AllMessages.Find(sFind)
else
    vGWFind := vGWLog.MailBox.FindMessages(sFind);

All is working fine.  Except one thing: shared folders (that is, someone else sharing one of his folders).  In this situation, both methods (i.e. AllMessages.Find and MailBox.FindMessages - which, by the way, makes no sense to give two different name to methods doing almost the same thing... my two cents to the GW developer team...)

Is there any way to search in this kind of folders?
 
Thanks in advance

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