Plugin registering the same email twice.

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anindasen_0609

Hi,

I have created a plugin and it is working ok but something strange is

happening. Incoming emails which have two attachments are getting recorded

twice in the database as the same email. This is the same outlook plugin for

which I created a thread on 6/5/2009 under the heading "Help with some issues

in Outlook Plugin development." Can anybody help me out on this? I am

basically taking the attachments and uploading it to the server with

(edtftpNet - free command line ftp)

after saving the email details to the server database through webservice.

Regards,

Aninda
 
K

Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

There's no way to tell from what you posted what the problem is. You need to

post the relevant section of your code for people here to look at.

"anindasen_0609" <anindasen0609> wrote in message

news:76F85A12-B799-425A-9474-0970DF8CDBBF@microsoft.com...
> Hi,

> I have created a plugin and it is working ok but something strange is
> happening. Incoming emails which have two attachments are getting recorded
> twice in the database as the same email. This is the same outlook plugin
> for
> which I created a thread on 6/5/2009 under the heading "Help with some
> issues
> in Outlook Plugin development." Can anybody help me out on this? I am
> basically taking the attachments and uploading it to the server with
> (edtftpNet - free command line ftp)
> after saving the email details to the server database through webservice.

> Regards,
> Aninda
 
A

anindasen_0609

Here it is:

private void m_Items_ItemAdd(object addedItem)

{

Outlook.MailItem newItem = (Outlook.MailItem)addedItem;

toEmailID = userEmailID;

string fromEmailID = "";

string toAddress = null;

string ccAddress = null;

string bccAddress = null;

if (newItem.To != null)

toAddress = "";

if (newItem.CC != null)

ccAddress = "";

if (newItem.BCC != null)

bccAddress = "";

Outlook.Recipients recpts = newItem.Recipients;

if (recpts != null)

{

for (int ii = 1; ii < (recpts.Count + 1); ii++)

{

//Dim recipient As Outlook.Recipient =

recipients.Item(i)

Outlook.Recipient recpt = recpts[ii];

{

if (recpt != null)

{

if (recpt.Type == 1)

{

if

(recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")

{

toAddress +=

recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",

"") + ";";

}

else

{

toAddress +=

recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";

}

}

else if (recpt.Type == 2)

{

if

(recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")

{

ccAddress +=

recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",

"") + ";";

}

else

{

ccAddress +=

recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";

}

}

else if (recpt.Type == 3)

{

if

(recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")

{

bccAddress +=

recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",

"") + ";";

}

else

{

bccAddress +=

recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";

}

}

}

}

}

}

if (newItem.To != null)

toAddress = toAddress.Substring(0, toAddress.Length - 1);

if (newItem.CC != null)

ccAddress = ccAddress.Substring(0, ccAddress.Length - 1);

if (newItem.BCC != null)

bccAddress = bccAddress.Substring(0, bccAddress.Length - 1);

if (newItem.SenderEmailType == "EX")

fromEmailID =

(string)newItem.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress);

else

fromEmailID = newItem.SenderEmailAddress;

//If fromEmailID is not in Email format get it from GAL (Global

Address List)

if (fromEmailID.IndexOf("@") <= 0)

{

fromEmailID = GetEmailID(ref fromEmailID);

}

int fromContactID = 0;

fromContactID = (int)GetContactID(fromEmailID);

//Communication Type: 0 - Incoming 1 - Outgoing

string GUIDFolderName = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();

int newCommunicationID = 0;

ArrayList emailList = new ArrayList();

try

{

CMSService cmsServ = new CMSService();

newCommunicationID =

cmsServ.InsertCommunication(fromContactID, fromEmailID, toAddress, ccAddress,

bccAddress, newItem.Subject, newItem.HTMLBody, Convert.ToInt32(userID),

DateTime.Now, 0, newItem.Body, GUIDFolderName);

//Save attachments if any

if (newItem.Attachments.Count > 0)

{

ftpConnect();

ftp.ChDir("OutlookAttachments");

ftp.MkDir(GUIDFolderName);

ftp.ChDir(GUIDFolderName);

for (int i = 1; i <= newItem.Attachments.Count; i++)

{

newItem.Attachments.SaveAsFile(sourcePath + @"\"

+ newItem.Attachments.FileName);

ftp.Put(sourcePath + @"\" +

newItem.Attachments.FileName, newItem.Attachments.FileName);

File.Delete(sourcePath + @"\" +

newItem.Attachments.FileName);

cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment(GUIDFolderName, newCommunicationID,

GUIDFolderName + @"\" + newItem.Attachments.FileName,

newItem.Attachments.FileName);

}

ftp.Quit();

}

}

catch (Exception ex)

{

string errorInfo = (string)ex.Message.Substring(0, 11);

}

}

Regards,

Aninda
wrote:


> There's no way to tell from what you posted what the problem is. You need to
> post the relevant section of your code for people here to look at.

> >

>

> "anindasen_0609" <anindasen0609> wrote in message
> news:76F85A12-B799-425A-9474-0970DF8CDBBF@microsoft.com...
> > Hi,
> > I have created a plugin and it is working ok but something strange is
> > happening. Incoming emails which have two attachments are getting recorded
> > twice in the database as the same email. This is the same outlook plugin
> > for
> > which I created a thread on 6/5/2009 under the heading "Help with some
> > issues
> > in Outlook Plugin development." Can anybody help me out on this? I am
> > basically taking the attachments and uploading it to the server with
> > (edtftpNet - free command line ftp)
> > after saving the email details to the server database through webservice.
> > Regards,
> > Aninda


>
 
K

Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

I can't tell from that mess of code where you're recording the email in the

database, but if it's in the line that starts with

cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment then that's inside the for loop and

will cause the same item to be inserted once for each attachment in the

email.

You really should not be using multiple dot operators with the COM

properties of Outlook items. It ends up creating invisible object variables

you can't delete or remove. Something like:

recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX"

can end up causing you lots of problems, especially if Exchange is involved.

You should get the PropertyAccessor object, then call the GetProperty()

method on that object instead of letting an invisible PropertyAccessor

object be created. The same applies everywhere you are using multiple dot

operators.

"anindasen_0609" <anindasen0609> wrote in message

news:CB698B3D-C107-4FF4-B1E4-54041CC620EE@microsoft.com...
> Here it is:

> private void m_Items_ItemAdd(object addedItem)
> {
> Outlook.MailItem newItem = (Outlook.MailItem)addedItem;
> toEmailID = userEmailID;

> string fromEmailID = "";

> string toAddress = null;
> string ccAddress = null;
> string bccAddress = null;

> if (newItem.To != null)
> toAddress = "";

> if (newItem.CC != null)
> ccAddress = "";

> if (newItem.BCC != null)
> bccAddress = "";

> Outlook.Recipients recpts = newItem.Recipients;
> if (recpts != null)
> {
> for (int ii = 1; ii < (recpts.Count + 1); ii++)
> {
> //Dim recipient As Outlook.Recipient =
> recipients.Item(i)
> Outlook.Recipient recpt = recpts[ii];
> {
> if (recpt != null)
> {
> if (recpt.Type == 1)
> {
> if
> (recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")
> {
> toAddress +=
> recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",
> "") + ";";
> }
> else
> {
> toAddress +=
> recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";
> }
> }
> else if (recpt.Type == 2)
> {
> if
> (recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")
> {
> ccAddress +=
> recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",
> "") + ";";
> }
> else
> {
> ccAddress +=
> recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";
> }
> }
> else if (recpt.Type == 3)
> {
> if
> (recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")
> {
> bccAddress +=
> recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",
> "") + ";";
> }
> else
> {
> bccAddress +=
> recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";
> }
> }
> }
> }
> }
> }
> if (newItem.To != null)
> toAddress = toAddress.Substring(0, toAddress.Length - 1);

> if (newItem.CC != null)
> ccAddress = ccAddress.Substring(0, ccAddress.Length - 1);

> if (newItem.BCC != null)
> bccAddress = bccAddress.Substring(0, bccAddress.Length -
> 1);

> if (newItem.SenderEmailType == "EX")
> fromEmailID =
> (string)newItem.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress);
> else
> fromEmailID = newItem.SenderEmailAddress;

> //If fromEmailID is not in Email format get it from GAL (Global
> Address List)
> if (fromEmailID.IndexOf("@") <= 0)
> {
> fromEmailID = GetEmailID(ref fromEmailID);
> }

> int fromContactID = 0;
> fromContactID = (int)GetContactID(fromEmailID);

> //Communication Type: 0 - Incoming 1 - Outgoing
> string GUIDFolderName = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
> int newCommunicationID = 0;

> ArrayList emailList = new ArrayList();

> try
> {
> CMSService cmsServ = new CMSService();
> newCommunicationID =
> cmsServ.InsertCommunication(fromContactID, fromEmailID, toAddress,
> ccAddress,
> bccAddress, newItem.Subject, newItem.HTMLBody, Convert.ToInt32(userID),
> DateTime.Now, 0, newItem.Body, GUIDFolderName);

> //Save attachments if any
> if (newItem.Attachments.Count > 0)
> {
> ftpConnect();

> ftp.ChDir("OutlookAttachments");
> ftp.MkDir(GUIDFolderName);
> ftp.ChDir(GUIDFolderName);

> for (int i = 1; i <= newItem.Attachments.Count; i++)
> {
> newItem.Attachments.SaveAsFile(sourcePath + @"\"
> + newItem.Attachments.FileName);

> ftp.Put(sourcePath + @"\" +
> newItem.Attachments.FileName, newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> File.Delete(sourcePath + @"\" +
> newItem.Attachments.FileName);

> cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment(GUIDFolderName, newCommunicationID,
> GUIDFolderName + @"\" + newItem.Attachments.FileName,
> newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> }
> ftp.Quit();
> }
> }
> catch (Exception ex)
> {
> string errorInfo = (string)ex.Message.Substring(0, 11);
> }
> }

> Regards,
> Aninda
 
A

anindasen_0609

"I can't tell from that mess of code where you're recording the email in the

database"

-- If it is a mess can you tell me what makes you feel so and some

suggestions for improvement?

"but if it's in the line that starts with

cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment then that's inside the for loop and

will cause the same item to be inserted once for each attachment in the

email."

-- As you can see if you observe a little closely that saving into the

database is not inside the for loop. The one that is getting saved inside the

loop is to the attachment details table as below:

try

{

CMSService cmsServ = new CMSService();

newCommunicationID =

cmsServ.InsertCommunication(fromContactID, fromEmailID, toAddress, ccAddress,

bccAddress, newItem.Subject, newItem.HTMLBody, Convert.ToInt32(userID),

DateTime.Now, 0, newItem.Body, GUIDFolderName);

//Save attachments if any

if (newItem.Attachments.Count > 0)

{

ftpConnect();

ftp.ChDir("OutlookAttachments");

ftp.MkDir(GUIDFolderName);

ftp.ChDir(GUIDFolderName);

for (int i = 1; i <= newItem.Attachments.Count; i++)

{

newItem.Attachments.SaveAsFile(sourcePath + @"\"

+ newItem.Attachments.FileName);

ftp.Put(sourcePath + @"\" +

newItem.Attachments.FileName, newItem.Attachments.FileName);

File.Delete(sourcePath + @"\" +

newItem.Attachments.FileName);

cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment(GUIDFolderName, newCommunicationID,

GUIDFolderName + @"\" + newItem.Attachments.FileName,

newItem.Attachments.FileName);

}

ftp.Quit();

}

}

catch (Exception ex)

{

string errorInfo = (string)ex.Message.Substring(0, 11);

}

}

Your comment regarding dot operator has been noted. Thanks.

Regards,

Aninda
wrote:


> I can't tell from that mess of code where you're recording the email in the
> database, but if it's in the line that starts with
> cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment then that's inside the for loop and
> will cause the same item to be inserted once for each attachment in the
> email.

> You really should not be using multiple dot operators with the COM
> properties of Outlook items. It ends up creating invisible object variables
> you can't delete or remove. Something like:

> recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX"

> can end up causing you lots of problems, especially if Exchange is involved.
> You should get the PropertyAccessor object, then call the GetProperty()
> method on that object instead of letting an invisible PropertyAccessor
> object be created. The same applies everywhere you are using multiple dot
> operators.

> >

>

> "anindasen_0609" <anindasen0609> wrote in message
> news:CB698B3D-C107-4FF4-B1E4-54041CC620EE@microsoft.com...
> > Here it is:
> > private void m_Items_ItemAdd(object addedItem)
> > {
> > Outlook.MailItem newItem = (Outlook.MailItem)addedItem;
> > toEmailID = userEmailID;
> > string fromEmailID = "";
> > string toAddress = null;
> > string ccAddress = null;
> > string bccAddress = null;
> > if (newItem.To != null)
> > toAddress = "";
> > if (newItem.CC != null)
> > ccAddress = "";
> > if (newItem.BCC != null)
> > bccAddress = "";
> > Outlook.Recipients recpts = newItem.Recipients;
> > if (recpts != null)
> > {
> > for (int ii = 1; ii < (recpts.Count + 1); ii++)
> > {
> > //Dim recipient As Outlook.Recipient =
> > recipients.Item(i)
> > Outlook.Recipient recpt = recpts[ii];
> > {
> > if (recpt != null)
> > {
> > if (recpt.Type == 1)
> > {
> > if
> > (recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")
> > {
> > toAddress +=
> > recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",
> > "") + ";";
> > }
> > else
> > {
> > toAddress +=
> > recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";
> > }
> > }
> > else if (recpt.Type == 2)
> > {
> > if
> > (recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")
> > {
> > ccAddress +=
> > recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",
> > "") + ";";
> > }
> > else
> > {
> > ccAddress +=
> > recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";
> > }
> > }
> > else if (recpt.Type == 3)
> > {
> > if
> > (recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaAddressType).ToString() == "EX")
> > {
> > bccAddress +=
> > recpt.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress).ToString().Replace("'",
> > "") + ";";
> > }
> > else
> > {
> > bccAddress +=
> > recpt.Address.ToString().Replace("'", "") + ";";
> > }
> > }
> > }
> > }
> > }
> > }
> > if (newItem.To != null)
> > toAddress = toAddress.Substring(0, toAddress.Length - 1);
> > if (newItem.CC != null)
> > ccAddress = ccAddress.Substring(0, ccAddress.Length - 1);
> > if (newItem.BCC != null)
> > bccAddress = bccAddress.Substring(0, bccAddress.Length -
> > 1);
> > if (newItem.SenderEmailType == "EX")
> > fromEmailID =
> > (string)newItem.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty(SchemaSMTPAddress);
> > else
> > fromEmailID = newItem.SenderEmailAddress;
> > //If fromEmailID is not in Email format get it from GAL (Global
> > Address List)
> > if (fromEmailID.IndexOf("@") <= 0)
> > {
> > fromEmailID = GetEmailID(ref fromEmailID);
> > }
> > int fromContactID = 0;
> > fromContactID = (int)GetContactID(fromEmailID);
> > //Communication Type: 0 - Incoming 1 - Outgoing
> > string GUIDFolderName = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();
> > int newCommunicationID = 0;
> > ArrayList emailList = new ArrayList();
> > try
> > {
> > CMSService cmsServ = new CMSService();
> > newCommunicationID =
> > cmsServ.InsertCommunication(fromContactID, fromEmailID, toAddress,
> > ccAddress,
> > bccAddress, newItem.Subject, newItem.HTMLBody, Convert.ToInt32(userID),
> > DateTime.Now, 0, newItem.Body, GUIDFolderName);
> > //Save attachments if any
> > if (newItem.Attachments.Count > 0)
> > {
> > ftpConnect();
> > ftp.ChDir("OutlookAttachments");
> > ftp.MkDir(GUIDFolderName);
> > ftp.ChDir(GUIDFolderName);
> > for (int i = 1; i <= newItem.Attachments.Count; i++)
> > {
> > newItem.Attachments.SaveAsFile(sourcePath + @"\"
> > + newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> > ftp.Put(sourcePath + @"\" +
> > newItem.Attachments.FileName, newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> > File.Delete(sourcePath + @"\" +
> > newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> > cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment(GUIDFolderName, newCommunicationID,
> > GUIDFolderName + @"\" + newItem.Attachments.FileName,
> > newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> > }
> > ftp.Quit();
> > }
> > }
> > catch (Exception ex)
> > {
> > string errorInfo = (string)ex.Message.Substring(0, 11);
> > }
> > }
> > Regards,
> > Aninda


>
 
K

Ken Slovak - [MVP - Outlook]

I apologize if you thought I meant your code was messy, I was use "mess of

code" with the meaning of a "whole lot of code to look at".

I'd recommend stepping the code and seeing exactly where and when that

second entry in the database is being made. Are the attachment details table

entries also duplicated? In that case it might be worth seeing if your

procedure is being called more than once per item, more often than you

expect. You can put a Debug.WriteLine() line in that event handler that

notes that the event has fired to help you keep track of that. If that's the

case then you can use a flag to indicate that you've already handled the

event for that item.

"anindasen_0609" <anindasen0609> wrote in message

news:6442A0C6-CA81-4CB6-A919-163F942C207D@microsoft.com...
> "I can't tell from that mess of code where you're recording the email in
> the
> database"

> -- If it is a mess can you tell me what makes you feel so and some
> suggestions for improvement?

> "but if it's in the line that starts with
> cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment then that's inside the for loop and
> will cause the same item to be inserted once for each attachment in the
> email."

> -- As you can see if you observe a little closely that saving into the
> database is not inside the for loop. The one that is getting saved inside
> the
> loop is to the attachment details table as below:

> try
> {
> CMSService cmsServ = new CMSService();
> newCommunicationID =
> cmsServ.InsertCommunication(fromContactID, fromEmailID, toAddress,
> ccAddress,
> bccAddress, newItem.Subject, newItem.HTMLBody, Convert.ToInt32(userID),
> DateTime.Now, 0, newItem.Body, GUIDFolderName);

> //Save attachments if any
> if (newItem.Attachments.Count > 0)
> {
> ftpConnect();

> ftp.ChDir("OutlookAttachments");
> ftp.MkDir(GUIDFolderName);
> ftp.ChDir(GUIDFolderName);

> for (int i = 1; i <= newItem.Attachments.Count; i++)
> {
> newItem.Attachments.SaveAsFile(sourcePath + @"\"
> + newItem.Attachments.FileName);

> ftp.Put(sourcePath + @"\" +
> newItem.Attachments.FileName, newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> File.Delete(sourcePath + @"\" +
> newItem.Attachments.FileName);

> cmsServ.InsertCommunicationAttachment(GUIDFolderName, newCommunicationID,
> GUIDFolderName + @"\" + newItem.Attachments.FileName,
> newItem.Attachments.FileName);
> }
> ftp.Quit();
> }
> }
> catch (Exception ex)
> {
> string errorInfo = (string)ex.Message.Substring(0, 11);
> }
> }

> Your comment regarding dot operator has been noted. Thanks.

> Regards,
> Aninda
 
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