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DocMessageClass updates the message class of an Outlook entry
by changing the class of the XML file. This can be very useful
if you have a form that can be displayed on multiple client
devices. This includes Outlook (2003 and higher),
Outlook Express (2003 and higher)
and Windows Live Mail (2003 and higher).
This tool adds and updates a message class attribute to the
standard XML form. Normally the message class attribute is
set with an XSD schema that is used when the form is parsed.
But since this tool adds and updates a new class, the standard
XSD schema is not used. The new class is supplied as a new
element directly to the standard class-default element.
This tool is designed to work in folder entries only. It should be
considered as a compromise, since this is possible, but it should
not be considered as the complete solution to the problem.
DocMessageClass is very simple to use. You click on the Tools
menu and select DocMessageClass from the new menu item.
DocMessageClass will then open in your default window.
Type in the text area that is displayed on the right side of
the window. The text will be added to the appropriate
message class attribute and the message will be resent to
the correct email address.
Here is a code example:
Dim oMsg As Outlook.MailItem
Set oMsg = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)
oMsg.Form = “femail”
oMsg.MessageClass = “ECFA123-BCDE-4567-8701-23456789ABCD”
Set oMsg = Nothing
￭ Use the textarea on the right to enter any text you want
to use in the message class.
The text area uses the same delimiters as the message body.
You can use the text area for inputing any comments on what you want
to include in the message body.
￭ If you want to use the standard message class, leave this option
￭ You can select a file to use the message class from the standard
message class file. See next section.
￭ It is also possible to directly use the message class file.
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DocMessageClass is the heart of the DocMessageClass project. It reads the
message class settings of all selected messages and applies them to a
specified folder. When a form is assigned to the specified folder, any message
in the folder with a message class of the form will automatically use the
DocMessageClass is the program that works behind the scenes, changes the message
class settings of selected messages. It can be run without Outlook or Outlook
installed. The only prerequisite is that you know the file path to the Outlook
message class settings file.
To run DocMessageClass, you have to specify the following values:
All selected messages in a folder to be used by a form
The file path to the Outlook message class settings file.
How it works:
The way it works is very simple, thanks to the command line interface. If you know the
file path to the message class settings file, you can run DocMessageClass as follows:
[ cmd /C “mypath\MyOutlookClass.ini” ]
Simply drag the DocMessageClass program icon in the Start menu to your desktop.
Run the program. (I hope you do not start it as an administrator!) Type the following in
the command prompt:
DocMessageClass All the selected messages in a folder
Here you have to specify the path to the Outlook message class file.
For the first step of the program you simply have to accept the default settings.
When you have specified the path, you have to press Enter.
In a menu you can now specify the folder where to apply the new message class settings.
If you select a folder, DocMessageClass changes the message class settings of all
selected messages in that folder.
Additionally you can check the other values which exist in the message class settings
Please keep in mind, that you can store all settings in your local Outlook folders. You
must only access this local file to start DocMessageClass.
You can also use the following command line, where you can add mcc-fields:
[ cmd /C “mypath\MyOutlookClass.ini” mcc “General” “Description” “Example” ]
For example you can run the following in the command line:
[ cmd /C “mypath\MyOutlookClass.ini” mcc “General” “Description” “Example” ]
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During the installation, additional folders can be created for
further configuration of data. A detailed description of the
functions is shown after the program startup.
Who needs this facility?
Anybody who develops custom Outlook forms or uses custom Outlook forms.
DocMessageClass has been designed and developed by Jürgen
Fredericks. I am just putting it on the internet, for free.
Greetings from Burkart.
Open DocMessageClass folder and double click setup.exe.
After installation, you have to restart the program (check the
top right button) before you can use DocMessageClass.
Can I get your instructions for my customers?
Sure. Just send me an email with a picture of the issue and I’ll be
happy to provide you with a solution.
Can I use DocMessageClass as Outlook add-in?
Can I get any help?
DocMessageClass also has a user forum.
Where can I get help?
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What’s New in the DocMessageClass?
DocMessageClass is a small and powerful utility to change the default message class of Outlook entries. This is very useful if your form was developed in the old Outlook message class.
In Outlook 2010, a message class is added to every Outlook entry that contains any custom controls. These message classes are also prefixed with the message class of the form.
DocMessageClass makes it possible to change the message class of old Outlook entries. New entries will be assigned the message class of the form.
DocMessageClass is independent of Outlook. You can run it in the background without it showing in the taskbar and still use Outlook.
How DocMessageClass works:
￭ DocMessageClass reads the current message class of the Outlook entries and stores it in a message class database.
￭ DocMessageClass then retrieves the message class of the message class database and stores it in a temporary message class database.
￭ DocMessageClass then merges this temporary message class database with the default message class database of your Outlook.
￭ After the Outlook has been changed, DocMessageClass needs to be run to access the message class of the Outlook entries again.
￭ DocMessageClass shows that the process has completed in the Outlook status bar, but your messages will be updated automatically.
The first time you run DocMessageClass, it asks you for a location for the database.
The default location is %APPDATA%\microsoft\outlook\messageclass.
You can change the location to another location.
After you have installed DocMessageClass, you do not need to run it again.
In addition to opening the database and updating the message class database, DocMessageClass can also assign a new message class to new Outlook entries.
Setting the new message class:
If you have previously changed the message class of the entry to another value, you can set a new message class with DocMessageClass.
Select the entry in the entry box.
DocMessageClass sets the new message class and updates the Outlook entries with the new message class.
Assigning a new message class:
The new message class is added to the temporary message class database.
If you assign a new message class, DocMessageClass does not run again.
DocMessageClass uses a new message class, if the entry is new and the message class of the entry is an unknown one.
DocMessageClass calculates the
System Requirements For DocMessageClass:
PC: Intel i5-2600 or AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
Intel i5-2600 @ 3.40GHz
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G @ 3.50GHz
RAM 8 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (2GB)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6GB)
AMD Radeon RX 590 (8GB)
Hard Drive 50 GB
Sound card is optional.