API Guide documentation is obsolete

miguelth
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API Guide documentation is obsolete

Postby miguelth » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:18 pm

Hello,

I develop a software for migrate account from a server to another (internal company usage and specifications).

I read the MailEnable API Guide (http://www.mailenable.com/developers/MailEnable%20API%20Guide.pdf) but its a old out of date document (25th May 2012). It's more than 3 years old.

I have installed the new v9 Enterprise edition (because we migrate from v6 to v9) and I notice that some properties are missing from the API Guide.

Example for MailBox object, this properties is not referenced in the API Guide pages 26-27 :
    Priority
    AutoResponderRestrictionState
    AutoResponderStartTime
    AutoResponderFinishTime

I have compiled all options I had found in the configuration and the list count 99 items. It's more than the API Guide.

Do you have a more recent API Guide?

I would like to have an up to date list of ValueName that I can use with the Mailbox.GetMailboxStringValue() function.

Thank,
Miguel

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Re: API Guide documentation is obsolete

Postby MailEnable-Ian » Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:08 am

Hi,

The docs have been updated. Please refer to: http://www.mailenable.com/developers/NET%20Reference.pdf
Regards,

Ian Margarone
MailEnable Support

miguelth
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Re: API Guide documentation is obsolete

Postby miguelth » Thu Oct 15, 2015 1:17 pm

Ho, the .net guide is more newer than the API guide!

I use MailEnable.Administration.dll, v1.0.5207.23894

If I check the class MailEnable.Administration.Directory and the function DirectoryEntry_GetProperty, I get a different method signature.

public extern static int DirectoryEntry_GetProperty(ref string ItemKey, ref string PropName, ref long Result, ref int ResultSize);

In the document :
Function DirectoryEntry_GetProperty(ByVal PropName As String, Optional ByVal ItemKey As String = "") As Object

Maybe I must use MailEnable.Store for read contact detail?? But in this case I don't know why the Administration DLL offer the Directory interface. :?

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