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Windows Mobile devices ship with Microsoft Pocket Outlook. To limit the amount of data that is stored on Windows Mobile devices and to provide users with a consistent user interface when dealing with Personal Information Manager (PIM) data, you must frequently make use of Pocket Outlook functionality inside your own managed application.
This sample shows you how to make use how to retrieve, use, and store PIM data inside your own managed applications through the Windows Mobile Managed APIs that ship as part of the Windows Mobile 5.0 and
Windows Mobile 6 software development kits (SDKs)
. We show you how to add contacts, how to retrieve contacts using the ChooseContactDialog, how to make appointments programmatically and how to send an email, including a picture attachment from inside your managed application.
This is the accompanying sample code of the webcast titled
24 Hours of Windows Mobile Application Development: Using Pocket Outlook Data Inside a Managed Application
Oct 15 2009 at 5:39 AM
, version 5
Mar 15 2010 at 9:14 PM
Many thanks for this great lesson , I really enjoyed figuring out how PocketOutLook works .
Question : How can we use PocketOutLook to retreive information about Unread SMS' ( Count - Body - Sender - etc )
Many thaks in advance
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