Microsoft KB Archive/102756
Article ID: 102756
Article Last Modified on 10/30/2006
- Microsoft Exchange Electronic Forms Designer 5.0, when used with:
- Microsoft Mail for PC Networks 3.0
- Microsoft Mail for PC Networks 3.2
This article was previously published under Q102756
With version 1.0 of Microsoft Electronic Forms Designer, messages created using custom forms may not appear in the Wastebasket folder when they are deleted. This can occur if you read a message and then delete it by choosing the Delete command from File menu of the custom form. However, you can move the message to the Wastebasket by selecting it from the list of messages in the Message Center Viewer (the main window) and choosing the Delete button from the Toolbar.
The Delete command on the File menu of a custom form calls the MAPIDelete() function. The MAPIDelete function deletes mail; it does not move mail to the Wastebasket first.
The Mail client, on the other hand, moves mail to the Wastebasket folder when you choose the Delete button. It calls the MAPIDelete() function to remove mail only when the Wastebasket is "emptied."
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