1. Russell Jaynes
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Tuesday, 01 May 2018

Been using variations of this code for years but we transitioned to Windows 10 64 bit and Office 2016 with Outlook 32 bit version.  Changed the app to be 64 bit.

Creating appointment item for meeting request and set a bunch of properties but .recipients.add(string with email address) fails....does not recognize recipients.

 

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The bitness of the app and anything external it interacts with (database client, ole) must be the same bitness.

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I even compiled a 32 bit version and received same error...



 



commenting out the recipients code, the appointment item opens with no recipients



something has changed for recipients but I cannot find reference

  1. Russell Jaynes
  2. Tuesday, 1 May 2018
Something did change with Office 2016.  I don't know what exactly the changes were, however, we had to change some of our code to get it to work right.

  1. Shenn Sellers
  2. Wednesday, 2 May 2018
Roland, I tried the outlook example off your http://www.topwizprogramming.com again



worked before we went to Win 10 and Office 2016 but now fails to retrieve inbox with an error that it cannot find sender name...

  1. Russell Jaynes
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Shenn Sellers Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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The bitness of Outlook and your PB Application need to match.

For accessing Outlook, are you just using straight up OLE or do you use Outlook Redemption?  We use Outlook Redemption and have no issues adding the Recipient.

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thank you, researching Outlook Redemption....

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