Redemption MessageItem SaveAs problem

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Yevgen

Hello,

I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits

mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm

saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is

saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox

(Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm

opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before

executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property

is set correctly.

Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in

Redemption library.

Thank you very much!
 
D

Dmitry Streblechenko

Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?

Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to

Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with it) or

call Logon.

You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId, then save

the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).

Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)

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"Yevgen" <Jen.versh@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> Hello,

> I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

> I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> is set correctly.

> Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> Redemption library.

> Thank you very much!
 
Y

Yevgen

On May 29, 12:18 am, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com
wrote:
> Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?
> Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to
> Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with it) or
> call Logon.
> You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId, then save
> the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).

> > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> OutlookSpy  - Outlook, CDO
>

> -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Hello,

>
> > I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

>
> > I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> > mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> > saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> > saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> > (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> > opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> > executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> > is set correctly.

>
> > Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> > Redemption library.

>
> > Thank you very much!


I have changed my code. So now I'm using RDOSession object instead of

MapiUtils.

Here is my code:

Dim oMsgItem As Redemption.RDOMail

Set oMsgItem = oRDOSession.GetMessageFromID(sItemEntryID)

oMsgItem .SaveAs sSaveAs, lType

Where lType = 1025 (TNEF)

But still I received the same problem. Items from Logged in user

mailbox has "To" field data and items from additional Exchange

mailboxes don't.

What the problem is? How can I fix it?

Thanks!
 
D

Dmitry Streblechenko

Hmmm... Redemption does not create the TNEF attachment itself, it rather

asks MAPI to do that.

How do you open and check the resulting TNEF files?

Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)

-

"Yevgen" <Jen.versh@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:ae744426-c770-430f-ad1e-8edc3527337a@37g2000yqp.googlegroups.com...

On May 29, 12:18 am, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com
wrote:
> Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?
> Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to
> Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with it) or
> call Logon.
> You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId, then
> save
> the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).

> > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
>

>

> -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Hello,

>
> > I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

>
> > I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> > mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> > saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> > saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> > (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> > opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> > executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> > is set correctly.

>
> > Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> > Redemption library.

>
> > Thank you very much!


I have changed my code. So now I'm using RDOSession object instead of

MapiUtils.

Here is my code:

Dim oMsgItem As Redemption.RDOMail

Set oMsgItem = oRDOSession.GetMessageFromID(sItemEntryID)

oMsgItem .SaveAs sSaveAs, lType

Where lType = 1025 (TNEF)

But still I received the same problem. Items from Logged in user

mailbox has "To" field data and items from additional Exchange

mailboxes don't.

What the problem is? How can I fix it?

Thanks!
 
Y

Yevgen

On Jun 1, 10:42 pm, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com> wrote:
> Hmmm... Redemption does not create the TNEF attachment itself, it rather
> asks MAPI to do that.
> How do you open and check the resulting TNEF files?

> > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> OutlookSpy  - Outlook, CDO
>

> -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:ae744426-c770-430f-ad1e-8edc3527337a@37g2000yqp.googlegroups.com...
> On May 29, 12:18 am, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com
> wrote:

>
> > Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?
> > Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to
> > Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with it) or
> > call Logon.
> > You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId, then
> > save
> > the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).

>
> > > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> >

> >

> > -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com....

>
> > > Hello,

>
> > > I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

>
> > > I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> > > mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> > > saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> > > saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> > > (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> > > opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> > > executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> > > is set correctly.

>
> > > Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> > > Redemption library.

>
> > > Thank you very much!


> I have changed my code. So now I'm using RDOSession object instead of
> MapiUtils.
> Here is my code:

> Dim oMsgItem As Redemption.RDOMail

> Set oMsgItem = oRDOSession.GetMessageFromID(sItemEntryID)

> oMsgItem .SaveAs sSaveAs, lType

> Where lType = 1025 (TNEF)

> But still I received the same problem. Items from Logged in user
> mailbox has "To" field data and items from additional Exchange
> mailboxes don't.

> What the problem is? How can I fix it?

> Thanks!


Hello Dmitry,

There is 2 variants how I'm opening these files.

1. Simple through text editor. and when you will compare 2 files you

will see that one of them contains "To:" information, another one not.

2. I have special application which open this files through Outlook.

Here is sample code:

Set oOlItem = oFolder.Items.Add(olPostItem)

Set oSafeItem = CreateObject("Redemption.SafeMailItem")

Set oOlItem = oOutlook.CreateItemFromTemplate(sSaveDir &

MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, oFolder)

oOlItem.Save

Set oSafeItem.Item = oOlItem

oSafeItem.Import sSaveDir & MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, iType

oSafeItem.Save

StrEntryID = oSafeItem.EntryID

Set oOlItem = Nothing

Set oSafeItem = Nothing

Set oSafeItem = oNamespace.Session.GetItemFromID(StrEntryID,

oFolder.StoreID)

oSafeItem.Display

So with both variants I have the same result. I think the easiest way

to check if the "TO:" information is saved is to compare 2 files with

any compare utility.

Thank you for helping.
 
D

Dmitry Streblechenko

Hmmm... Normally, the PR_DISPLAY_TO property is not saved at all since it is

computed from the contents of the recipeints table.

Does it work if you import teh TENF file using RDOMail rather than

MailItem/SafeMailItem, which may overwrite the imported recipients.

Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)

-

"Yevgen" <Jen.versh@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:b515af38-c607-46a7-b990-c3aca1053ebf@u10g2000vbd.googlegroups.com...

On Jun 1, 10:42 pm, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com> wrote:
> Hmmm... Redemption does not create the TNEF attachment itself, it rather
> asks MAPI to do that.
> How do you open and check the resulting TNEF files?

> > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
>

>

> -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> news:ae744426-c770-430f-ad1e-8edc3527337a@37g2000yqp.googlegroups.com...
> On May 29, 12:18 am, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com
> wrote:

>
> > Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?
> > Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to
> > Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with it)
> > or
> > call Logon.
> > You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId, then
> > save
> > the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).

>
> > > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> >

> >

> > -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

>
> >news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...

>
> > > Hello,

>
> > > I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

>
> > > I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> > > mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> > > saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> > > saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> > > (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> > > opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> > > executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> > > is set correctly.

>
> > > Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> > > Redemption library.

>
> > > Thank you very much!


> I have changed my code. So now I'm using RDOSession object instead of
> MapiUtils.
> Here is my code:

> Dim oMsgItem As Redemption.RDOMail

> Set oMsgItem = oRDOSession.GetMessageFromID(sItemEntryID)

> oMsgItem .SaveAs sSaveAs, lType

> Where lType = 1025 (TNEF)

> But still I received the same problem. Items from Logged in user
> mailbox has "To" field data and items from additional Exchange
> mailboxes don't.

> What the problem is? How can I fix it?

> Thanks!


Hello Dmitry,

There is 2 variants how I'm opening these files.

1. Simple through text editor. and when you will compare 2 files you

will see that one of them contains "To:" information, another one not.

2. I have special application which open this files through Outlook.

Here is sample code:

Set oOlItem = oFolder.Items.Add(olPostItem)

Set oSafeItem = CreateObject("Redemption.SafeMailItem")

Set oOlItem = oOutlook.CreateItemFromTemplate(sSaveDir &

MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, oFolder)

oOlItem.Save

Set oSafeItem.Item = oOlItem

oSafeItem.Import sSaveDir & MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, iType

oSafeItem.Save

StrEntryID = oSafeItem.EntryID

Set oOlItem = Nothing

Set oSafeItem = Nothing

Set oSafeItem = oNamespace.Session.GetItemFromID(StrEntryID,

oFolder.StoreID)

oSafeItem.Display

So with both variants I have the same result. I think the easiest way

to check if the "TO:" information is saved is to compare 2 files with

any compare utility.

Thank you for helping.
 
Y

Yevgen

I have tried to run Import function using Redemption.RDOMail object

and result is the same. For files from main Exchange folder "To:"

field is OK, but for files from additional Exchange folders "To:"

field is empty.

Do you have some ideas how I can solve this problem. Maybe somehow add

to information in TNEF file programmatic. When I'm saving object to

file, object contain "To:" information and I can get it.

"Dmitry Streblechenko" wrote:


> Hmmm... Normally, the PR_DISPLAY_TO property is not saved at all since it is
> computed from the contents of the recipeints table.
> Does it work if you import teh TENF file using RDOMail rather than
> MailItem/SafeMailItem, which may overwrite the imported recipients.

> > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
>

>

>

> -
> "Yevgen" <Jen.versh@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:b515af38-c607-46a7-b990-c3aca1053ebf@u10g2000vbd.googlegroups.com...
> On Jun 1, 10:42 pm, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com> wrote:
> > Hmmm... Redemption does not create the TNEF attachment itself, it rather
> > asks MAPI to do that.
> > How do you open and check the resulting TNEF files?
> > > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> >

> >

> > -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:ae744426-c770-430f-ad1e-8edc3527337a@37g2000yqp.googlegroups.com...
> > On May 29, 12:18 am, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com
> > wrote:
> >
> > > Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?
> > > Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to
> > > Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with it)
> > > or
> > > call Logon.
> > > You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId, then
> > > save
> > > the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).

> >
> > > > > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> > >

> > >

> > > -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message

> >
> > >news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...

> >
> > > > Hello,

> >
> > > > I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

> >
> > > > I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> > > > mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> > > > saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> > > > saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> > > > (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> > > > opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> > > > executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> > > > is set correctly.

> >
> > > > Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> > > > Redemption library.

> >
> > > > Thank you very much!

> > I have changed my code. So now I'm using RDOSession object instead of
> > MapiUtils.
> > Here is my code:
> > Dim oMsgItem As Redemption.RDOMail
> > Set oMsgItem = oRDOSession.GetMessageFromID(sItemEntryID)
> > oMsgItem .SaveAs sSaveAs, lType
> > Where lType = 1025 (TNEF)
> > But still I received the same problem. Items from Logged in user
> > mailbox has "To" field data and items from additional Exchange
> > mailboxes don't.
> > What the problem is? How can I fix it?
> > Thanks!


> Hello Dmitry,

> There is 2 variants how I'm opening these files.

> 1. Simple through text editor. and when you will compare 2 files you
> will see that one of them contains "To:" information, another one not.
> 2. I have special application which open this files through Outlook.
> Here is sample code:

> Set oOlItem = oFolder.Items.Add(olPostItem)

> Set oSafeItem = CreateObject("Redemption.SafeMailItem")

> Set oOlItem = oOutlook.CreateItemFromTemplate(sSaveDir &
> MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, oFolder)

> oOlItem.Save

> Set oSafeItem.Item = oOlItem

> oSafeItem.Import sSaveDir & MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, iType

> oSafeItem.Save

> StrEntryID = oSafeItem.EntryID

> Set oOlItem = Nothing
> Set oSafeItem = Nothing

> Set oSafeItem = oNamespace.Session.GetItemFromID(StrEntryID,
> oFolder.StoreID)

> oSafeItem.Display

> So with both variants I have the same result. I think the easiest way
> to check if the "TO:" information is saved is to compare 2 files with
> any compare utility.

> Thank you for helping.

>
 
Y

Yevgen

Hello Dmitry,

I have found nice function OpenTnefSreamEx to open Tnef files and

AddProps function to add different properties to it. How do you think,

is it possible to add "To:" field information using these functions?

If yes, can you give me a sample, how can I use these functions in

VisualBasic 6 program, because now I don't know how to do it even to

test this idea.

Thanks a lot!

"Yevgen" wrote:


> Hello,

> I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem object.

> I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When I'm
> saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To" property
> is set correctly.

> Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method in
> Redemption library.

> Thank you very much!
>
 
D

Dmitry Streblechenko

I sent an updated version to your private address...

Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)

-

"Yevgen" <Yevgen> wrote in message

news:9CE0BDE6-9222-4C06-8C34-825155730CF7@microsoft.com...
> I have tried to run Import function using Redemption.RDOMail object
> and result is the same. For files from main Exchange folder "To:"
> field is OK, but for files from additional Exchange folders "To:"
> field is empty.

> Do you have some ideas how I can solve this problem. Maybe somehow add
> to information in TNEF file programmatic. When I'm saving object to
> file, object contain "To:" information and I can get it.

> "Dmitry Streblechenko" wrote:
>
> > Hmmm... Normally, the PR_DISPLAY_TO property is not saved at all since it
> > is
> > computed from the contents of the recipeints table.
> > Does it work if you import teh TENF file using RDOMail rather than
> > MailItem/SafeMailItem, which may overwrite the imported recipients.
>

>> > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> >

> >

> >

> > -
> > "Yevgen" <Jen.versh@gmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:b515af38-c607-46a7-b990-c3aca1053ebf@u10g2000vbd.googlegroups.com...
> > On Jun 1, 10:42 pm, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com> wrote:
> > > Hmmm... Redemption does not create the TNEF attachment itself, it
> > > rather
> > > asks MAPI to do that.
> > > How do you open and check the resulting TNEF files?
> >> > > > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> > >

> > >

> > > -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> >> > news:ae744426-c770-430f-ad1e-8edc3527337a@37g2000yqp.googlegroups.com...
> > > On May 29, 12:18 am, "Dmitry Streblechenko" <dmi...@dimastr.com
>> > wrote:
> >>>> > > Are you using the MAPIUtils object (which is deprecated)?
> > > > Use RDOSession object instead: sets its MAPIOBJECT property to
> > > > Application.Session.MAPIOBJECT proeprty from OOM (if you work with
> > > > it)
> > > > or
> > > > call Logon.
> > > > You can then reopen the message using RDOSession.GetMessageFromId,
> > > > then
> > > > save
> > > > the rerurned message (RDOMail.Save).
> >> > > > > > > Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)
> > > >

> > > >

> > > > -"Yevgen" <Jen.ve...@gmail.com> wrote in message
> >> > >news:ac9802e2-558b-460b-89bf-edaac10afbd8@s16g2000vbp.googlegroups.com...
> >> > > > Hello,
> >> > > > I have problem with Redemption SaveAs method for MessageItem
> > > > > object.
> >> > > > I'm saving items in olTNEF (1025) format. This problem occurs whits
> > > > > mail items. I'm saving items fro Exchange Server mailboxes. When
> > > > > I'm
> > > > > saving item of current Logged in to Outlook user "To" property is
> > > > > saved ok, but when I'm saving items from not Logged in user mailbox
> > > > > (Additional Exchange mailbox), "To" property is blank. But when I'm
> > > > > opening this item in Outlook, "To" field is not empty. Also before
> > > > > executing SaveAs method, I have checked item object and "To"
> > > > > property
> > > > > is set correctly.
> >> > > > Please consult me with TNEF, also maybe it's a bug of SaveAs method
> > > > > in
> > > > > Redemption library.
> >> > > > Thank you very much!
> >> > I have changed my code. So now I'm using RDOSession object instead of
> > > MapiUtils.
> > > Here is my code:
> >> > Dim oMsgItem As Redemption.RDOMail
> >> > Set oMsgItem = oRDOSession.GetMessageFromID(sItemEntryID)
> >> > oMsgItem .SaveAs sSaveAs, lType
> >> > Where lType = 1025 (TNEF)
> >> > But still I received the same problem. Items from Logged in user
> > > mailbox has "To" field data and items from additional Exchange
> > > mailboxes don't.
> >> > What the problem is? How can I fix it?
> >> > Thanks!

>

>> Hello Dmitry,
>

>> There is 2 variants how I'm opening these files.
>

>> 1. Simple through text editor. and when you will compare 2 files you
> > will see that one of them contains "To:" information, another one not.
> > 2. I have special application which open this files through Outlook.
> > Here is sample code:
>

>> Set oOlItem = oFolder.Items.Add(olPostItem)
>

>> Set oSafeItem = CreateObject("Redemption.SafeMailItem")
>

>> Set oOlItem = oOutlook.CreateItemFromTemplate(sSaveDir &
> > MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, oFolder)
>

>> oOlItem.Save
>

>> Set oSafeItem.Item = oOlItem
>

>> oSafeItem.Import sSaveDir & MESSAGE_TEMP_FILE, iType
>

>> oSafeItem.Save
>

>> StrEntryID = oSafeItem.EntryID
>

>> Set oOlItem = Nothing
> > Set oSafeItem = Nothing
>

>> Set oSafeItem = oNamespace.Session.GetItemFromID(StrEntryID,
> > oFolder.StoreID)
>

>> oSafeItem.Display
>

>> So with both variants I have the same result. I think the easiest way
> > to check if the "TO:" information is saved is to compare 2 files with
> > any compare utility.
>

>> Thank you for helping.
>

>
>>
 
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