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Hi!

I am completely new to developing in c# and windows mobile so please excuse my question if it is silly.

I want to be able to itterate through every unread email message in pocket outlook and mark each one as read.

How can i do this?

i am using:

using Microsoft.WindowsMobile.PocketOutlook;

using Microsoft.WindowsMobile.PocketOutlook.MessageInterception;

and have a outlook session

using (OutlookSession session = new OutlookSession())

I have googled and searched the forum but i cant seem to find the solution.

I have VS2008 installed and want to run this application on any CF .NET 2.0 device (HTC Tytn 2)

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I haven't done any of that yet,

Normally I would suggest opening the EmailAccountCollection and looping through it, then looping through each email in each account, but there doesn't seem to be a reference to the EmailAccountCollection in the EmailMessage class.

Try this as a starting point

I've also seen a couple of references, one as recent as Nov 2007, which state that you can not read emails using PocketOutlook.

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Hi there,

You can use Microsoft.WindowsMobile.Status.SystemState.MessagingTotalEmailUnread from Windows Mobile 5.0 onwards

(Add a reference to Microsoft.WindowsMobile.Status to your project. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mi...ile.status.aspx and look at the SystemState class for all the options)

HTH B)

Robert

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