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  • #4409
    embru
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    In GroupWise Client it is possible to create an appointment for a another person, without me as Recipient.

    Ho can i do this with Formativ. At this Moment i do following:

    set nMsg = GroupWise.Account.Mailbox.messages.add(“GW.MESSAGE.APPOINTMENT”, fgwDraft)
    nRecipient = nMsg.Recipients.Add(Arbeitszeit.fErsteller.Text,,0)
    nMsg.OnCalendar = TRUE
    nMsg.Priority = fgwNormal

    But when I send this message, the sender is allways in the recipient list.

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  • #8116
    Support 3
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    Could you please elaborate your question.

    Do you want to send an appointment to another recipient? Your sample code above only create the appointment message but do not sent it. See the sample code below which send the appointment.

      
      set nMsg = GroupWise.Account.workfolder.messages.add("GW.MESSAGE.APPOINTMENT", fgwDraft)
      nRecipient = nMsg.Recipients.Add("recipient@email.com",,0)
      nMsg.OnCalendar = TRUE
      nMsg.StartDate = DateAdd("d", 1, date)
      nMsg.subject = "Test Appointment"
      nMsg.Place = "IT"
      nMsg.Priority = fgwNormal
      nMsg.send
    

    Regards,
    Advansys Support

    #8115
    embru
    Participant

    The send command follows below

    i want to send an appointment but i don’t wont participate this appointment. From my workflow, I have to create an appointment in an other user’s mailbox.

    #8114
    Support 3
    Participant

    In order to create appointments to another user account, you will need to either login or proxy to the account.

    If you have proxy rights to the account then you can use the following code to proxy prior to create appointment. See the Novell Object API documentation for more information.

      
    set oProxyAccount = GroupWise.account.Proxy(proxyUserID)
    

    Regards,
    Advansys Support

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