I still don't see what the display has to do with synchronization. I have no
idea whether the Windows API can give you more information about the
display, but it seems to me that it would be an awful lot of trouble to go
"Aditi" <Aditi> wrote in message
> Hi Sue Mosher
> Thank you for your response..
> I was actually planning to run a synchronization using a timer. This
> will look at the Calendar view start and end dates or the current date
> the users current window is not Calendar).
> I have already implemented this scenarios in Outloo2007 addin. So thought
> same will work in outlook 2003 ?
> Is there any low level API can help ?
> Once again thank you for your response.
> Thanks and regards
> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" wrote:
> > View information in versions before Outlook 2007 is exposed only through
> > the
> > XML property for each View object. IIRC, there's nothing there on what
> > dates
> > are showing in the UI at any given moment.
>> In any case, I don't see what the view has to do with the data actually
> > stored, which is what synchronization is all about.
> > > > Sue Mosher
> > >> >> >
>> "Aditi" <Aditi> wrote in message
> > news:BB74FA5E-125A-4CBF-998A-42BE0FB23A7C@microsoft.com...
> >> > I am developing a Outlook 2003 addin for sychronising the appointments
> > > with
> > > database.For this need to retrieve current CalendarView (mainly the
> > > starting
> > > ending dates).I have got CalendarView object in Outlook2007 and it was
> > > very
> > > helpful.But not getting any similar object in Outloo2003.