GAL.ResolveName issue with REDEMPTION

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QVZJUw

Hi,

I have a Visual Basic application which uses REDEMPTION dll (ver 4.5.0.812).

This application updates appointments and tasks, to the EXCHANGE SERVER and

also sends a mail to the EXCHANGE USER, highlighting the changes to the

appointment and tasks. In one PC, the application creates the appointments

and tasks, but fails to send a mail to the receipient. Below is the function

where the execution fails. I feel the failure happens at the GAL.RESOLVENAME

command. Since, only the executable is installed in the PC where the problem

occurs, i am not able to point out which statement fails. Can somebody help

me, to get this issue resolved.

The error message, generated by the below function is

"Object variable or With block variable not set"

Private Function RecipientIsValid(session As Redemption.RDOSession,

RecipientUserId As String) As Boolean

On Error GoTo ErrHandler

Dim oMessage As RDOMail

Dim oRecipient As RDORecipient

Set oMessage = session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox).Items.Add

Set oRecipient = oMessage.Recipients.Add(RecipientUserId)

session.AddressBook.GAL.ResolveName (RecipientUserId)

CleanUp:

RecipientIsValid = True

Exit Function

ErrHandler:

If Err.Number = -2147219712 Then ' [Collaboration Data

Objects - [MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP(80040700)]]

GoTo CleanUp

Else

Debug.Print "RecipientIsValid"

Debug.Print Err.Description

End If

End Function

Thanks in advance
 

Michael Bauer

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
You might want to improve your error handling as a Debug.Print is useful

only the IDE. For instance, show a message box with the MsgBox function, or

write the error message into a file.

If that's done, you can see what the error message is; and if you use line

numbers and the Erl function, you can also see on which line the error

occurs.

Best regards

Michael Bauer

Am Thu, 21 May 2009 08:02:04 -0700 schrieb AVIS:


> Hi,

> I have a Visual Basic application which uses REDEMPTION dll (ver


4.5.0.812).
> This application updates appointments and tasks, to the EXCHANGE SERVER


and
> also sends a mail to the EXCHANGE USER, highlighting the changes to the
> appointment and tasks. In one PC, the application creates the


appointments
> and tasks, but fails to send a mail to the receipient. Below is the


function
> where the execution fails. I feel the failure happens at the


GAL.RESOLVENAME
> command. Since, only the executable is installed in the PC where the


problem
> occurs, i am not able to point out which statement fails. Can somebody


help
> me, to get this issue resolved.

> The error message, generated by the below function is

> "Object variable or With block variable not set"

> Private Function RecipientIsValid(session As Redemption.RDOSession,
> RecipientUserId As String) As Boolean

> On Error GoTo ErrHandler
> Dim oMessage As RDOMail
> Dim oRecipient As RDORecipient

> Set oMessage = session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox).Items.Add
> Set oRecipient = oMessage.Recipients.Add(RecipientUserId)
> session.AddressBook.GAL.ResolveName (RecipientUserId)

> CleanUp:
> RecipientIsValid = True
> Exit Function

> ErrHandler:
> If Err.Number = -2147219712 Then ' [Collaboration Data
> Objects - [MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP(80040700)]]
> GoTo CleanUp
> Else
> Debug.Print "RecipientIsValid"
> Debug.Print Err.Description
> End If

> End Function

> Thanks in advance
 
K

Karl Timmermans

The code snip as provided would not be the location where runtime Error 91 -

"Object variable or With block variable not set" is getting thrown. If it

occured anywhere within the 3 primary code lines - it would get trapped

by the error handler in that routine which in turn means that another

routine with no error handler is attempting to use an object that has not

been set (by your own description - you have no way of knowing for

sure where this error is coming from)

In addition to Michael's advice re: Error Handling - you would also be well

advised to check to see that any object being "Set" is actually created by

checking for "IF object IS NOTHING" (or any variation thereof) immediately

afterwards (i.e. after <Set oMessage> and <Set oRecipient>).

Karl

_____________

ContactGenie - Importer 1.3 / DataPorter 2.0 / Exporter

"Power contact importers/exporters for MS Outlook '2000/2007"

"AVIS" <AVIS> wrote in message

news:1D5A3DA0-6A9E-4A52-8DF7-8B0DD395B40B@microsoft.com...
> Hi,

> I have a Visual Basic application which uses REDEMPTION dll (ver
> 4.5.0.812).
> This application updates appointments and tasks, to the EXCHANGE SERVER
> and
> also sends a mail to the EXCHANGE USER, highlighting the changes to the
> appointment and tasks. In one PC, the application creates the
> appointments
> and tasks, but fails to send a mail to the receipient. Below is the
> function
> where the execution fails. I feel the failure happens at the
> GAL.RESOLVENAME
> command. Since, only the executable is installed in the PC where the
> problem
> occurs, i am not able to point out which statement fails. Can somebody
> help
> me, to get this issue resolved.

> The error message, generated by the below function is

> "Object variable or With block variable not set"

> Private Function RecipientIsValid(session As Redemption.RDOSession,
> RecipientUserId As String) As Boolean

> On Error GoTo ErrHandler
> Dim oMessage As RDOMail
> Dim oRecipient As RDORecipient

> Set oMessage = session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox).Items.Add
> Set oRecipient = oMessage.Recipients.Add(RecipientUserId)
> session.AddressBook.GAL.ResolveName (RecipientUserId)

> CleanUp:
> RecipientIsValid = True
> Exit Function

> ErrHandler:
> If Err.Number = -2147219712 Then ' [Collaboration Data
> Objects - [MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP(80040700)]]
> GoTo CleanUp
> Else
> Debug.Print "RecipientIsValid"
> Debug.Print Err.Description
> End If

> End Function

> Thanks in advance
 
Q

QVZJUw

Hi,

I researched on the issue further and found that the application works fine

with OFFICE (OUTLOOK) versions 2002 and 2003. We tried with outlook 2002 and

2003, the application and GAL.RESOLVENAME functionality was working fine,

but, when the same application was executed with OFFICE (OUTLOOK) 2007, the

issue still persists. Can you suggest, why this problem is occuring and if

any, the resolution for the issue.

And as far as the DEBUG.PRINT is concerned, we have a custom built logging

function, to log the errors, which I had replaced in the code, with the

DEBUG.PRINT statements , to avoid confusions.

Thanks in advance for the help.

"Karl Timmermans" wrote:


> The code snip as provided would not be the location where runtime Error 91 -
> "Object variable or With block variable not set" is getting thrown. If it
> occured anywhere within the 3 primary code lines - it would get trapped
> by the error handler in that routine which in turn means that another
> routine with no error handler is attempting to use an object that has not
> been set (by your own description - you have no way of knowing for
> sure where this error is coming from)

> In addition to Michael's advice re: Error Handling - you would also be well
> advised to check to see that any object being "Set" is actually created by
> checking for "IF object IS NOTHING" (or any variation thereof) immediately
> afterwards (i.e. after <Set oMessage> and <Set oRecipient>).

> Karl
> _____________
>

> ContactGenie - Importer 1.3 / DataPorter 2.0 / Exporter
> "Power contact importers/exporters for MS Outlook '2000/2007"
>

> "AVIS" <AVIS> wrote in message
> news:1D5A3DA0-6A9E-4A52-8DF7-8B0DD395B40B@microsoft.com...
> > Hi,
> > I have a Visual Basic application which uses REDEMPTION dll (ver
> > 4.5.0.812).
> > This application updates appointments and tasks, to the EXCHANGE SERVER
> > and
> > also sends a mail to the EXCHANGE USER, highlighting the changes to the
> > appointment and tasks. In one PC, the application creates the
> > appointments
> > and tasks, but fails to send a mail to the receipient. Below is the
> > function
> > where the execution fails. I feel the failure happens at the
> > GAL.RESOLVENAME
> > command. Since, only the executable is installed in the PC where the
> > problem
> > occurs, i am not able to point out which statement fails. Can somebody
> > help
> > me, to get this issue resolved.
> > The error message, generated by the below function is
> > "Object variable or With block variable not set"
> > Private Function RecipientIsValid(session As Redemption.RDOSession,
> > RecipientUserId As String) As Boolean
> > On Error GoTo ErrHandler
> > Dim oMessage As RDOMail
> > Dim oRecipient As RDORecipient
> > Set oMessage = session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox).Items.Add
> > Set oRecipient = oMessage.Recipients.Add(RecipientUserId)
> > session.AddressBook.GAL.ResolveName (RecipientUserId)
> > CleanUp:
> > RecipientIsValid = True
> > Exit Function
> > ErrHandler:
> > If Err.Number = -2147219712 Then ' [Collaboration Data
> > Objects - [MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP(80040700)]]
> > GoTo CleanUp
> > Else
> > Debug.Print "RecipientIsValid"
> > Debug.Print Err.Description
> > End If
> > End Function
> > Thanks in advance


>
 
K

Karl Timmermans

Don't have an answer as to why this would be specific to O'2007 other then

it possibly being related to the Redemption version in use.

Redemption 4.5.0.812 is a Dec'2007 release and the current public version

that's available for download is 4.7.0.1026 (Feb '2009). Doing a quick test

of your code snip using O'2007 with a current version of Redemption worked

exactly as expected with no error encountered resolving a valid Exch member

name so you may want to try this with an updated version of Redemption to

see if the problem persists.

Karl

_____________

ContactGenie - Importer 1.3 / DataPorter 2.0 / Exporter

"Power contact importers/exporters for MS Outlook '2000/2007"

"AVIS" <AVIS> wrote in message

news:48826700-2E37-41D8-B2D9-415548BD4666@microsoft.com...
> Hi,

> I researched on the issue further and found that the application works
> fine
> with OFFICE (OUTLOOK) versions 2002 and 2003. We tried with outlook 2002
> and
> 2003, the application and GAL.RESOLVENAME functionality was working fine,
> but, when the same application was executed with OFFICE (OUTLOOK) 2007,
> the
> issue still persists. Can you suggest, why this problem is occuring and
> if
> any, the resolution for the issue.

> And as far as the DEBUG.PRINT is concerned, we have a custom built logging
> function, to log the errors, which I had replaced in the code, with the
> DEBUG.PRINT statements , to avoid confusions.

> Thanks in advance for the help.

> "Karl Timmermans" wrote:
>
> > The code snip as provided would not be the location where runtime Error
> > 91 -
> > "Object variable or With block variable not set" is getting thrown. If it
> > occured anywhere within the 3 primary code lines - it would get trapped
> > by the error handler in that routine which in turn means that another
> > routine with no error handler is attempting to use an object that has not
> > been set (by your own description - you have no way of knowing for
> > sure where this error is coming from)
>

>> In addition to Michael's advice re: Error Handling - you would also be
> > well
> > advised to check to see that any object being "Set" is actually created
> > by
> > checking for "IF object IS NOTHING" (or any variation thereof)
> > immediately
> > afterwards (i.e. after <Set oMessage> and <Set oRecipient>).
>

>> Karl
> > _____________
> >

> > ContactGenie - Importer 1.3 / DataPorter 2.0 / Exporter
> > "Power contact importers/exporters for MS Outlook '2000/2007"
> >

>

>
>
>> "AVIS" <AVIS> wrote in message
> > news:1D5A3DA0-6A9E-4A52-8DF7-8B0DD395B40B@microsoft.com...
> > > Hi,
> >> > I have a Visual Basic application which uses REDEMPTION dll (ver
> > > 4.5.0.812).
> > > This application updates appointments and tasks, to the EXCHANGE SERVER
> > > and
> > > also sends a mail to the EXCHANGE USER, highlighting the changes to the
> > > appointment and tasks. In one PC, the application creates the
> > > appointments
> > > and tasks, but fails to send a mail to the receipient. Below is the
> > > function
> > > where the execution fails. I feel the failure happens at the
> > > GAL.RESOLVENAME
> > > command. Since, only the executable is installed in the PC where the
> > > problem
> > > occurs, i am not able to point out which statement fails. Can somebody
> > > help
> > > me, to get this issue resolved.
> >> > The error message, generated by the below function is
> >> > "Object variable or With block variable not set"
> >> > Private Function RecipientIsValid(session As Redemption.RDOSession,
> > > RecipientUserId As String) As Boolean
> >> > On Error GoTo ErrHandler
> > > Dim oMessage As RDOMail
> > > Dim oRecipient As RDORecipient
> >>> > Set oMessage = session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox).Items.Add
> > > Set oRecipient = oMessage.Recipients.Add(RecipientUserId)
> > > session.AddressBook.GAL.ResolveName (RecipientUserId)
> >> > CleanUp:
> > > RecipientIsValid = True
> > > Exit Function
> >> > ErrHandler:
> > > If Err.Number = -2147219712 Then ' [Collaboration Data
> > > Objects - [MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP(80040700)]]
> > > GoTo CleanUp
> > > Else
> > > Debug.Print "RecipientIsValid"
> > > Debug.Print Err.Description
> > > End If
> >> > End Function
> >> > Thanks in advance

>

>
>
>
>
>
>>
 
D

Dmitry Streblechenko

Did you have a chance to try the debug version of the dll that I sent to

your private e-mail address?

Dmitry Streblechenko (MVP)

-

"AVIS" <AVIS> wrote in message

news:48826700-2E37-41D8-B2D9-415548BD4666@microsoft.com...
> Hi,

> I researched on the issue further and found that the application works
> fine
> with OFFICE (OUTLOOK) versions 2002 and 2003. We tried with outlook 2002
> and
> 2003, the application and GAL.RESOLVENAME functionality was working fine,
> but, when the same application was executed with OFFICE (OUTLOOK) 2007,
> the
> issue still persists. Can you suggest, why this problem is occuring and
> if
> any, the resolution for the issue.

> And as far as the DEBUG.PRINT is concerned, we have a custom built logging
> function, to log the errors, which I had replaced in the code, with the
> DEBUG.PRINT statements , to avoid confusions.

> Thanks in advance for the help.

> "Karl Timmermans" wrote:
>
> > The code snip as provided would not be the location where runtime Error
> > 91 -
> > "Object variable or With block variable not set" is getting thrown. If it
> > occured anywhere within the 3 primary code lines - it would get trapped
> > by the error handler in that routine which in turn means that another
> > routine with no error handler is attempting to use an object that has not
> > been set (by your own description - you have no way of knowing for
> > sure where this error is coming from)
>

>> In addition to Michael's advice re: Error Handling - you would also be
> > well
> > advised to check to see that any object being "Set" is actually created
> > by
> > checking for "IF object IS NOTHING" (or any variation thereof)
> > immediately
> > afterwards (i.e. after <Set oMessage> and <Set oRecipient>).
>

>> Karl
> > _____________
> >

> > ContactGenie - Importer 1.3 / DataPorter 2.0 / Exporter
> > "Power contact importers/exporters for MS Outlook '2000/2007"
> >

>

>
>
>> "AVIS" <AVIS> wrote in message
> > news:1D5A3DA0-6A9E-4A52-8DF7-8B0DD395B40B@microsoft.com...
> > > Hi,
> >> > I have a Visual Basic application which uses REDEMPTION dll (ver
> > > 4.5.0.812).
> > > This application updates appointments and tasks, to the EXCHANGE SERVER
> > > and
> > > also sends a mail to the EXCHANGE USER, highlighting the changes to the
> > > appointment and tasks. In one PC, the application creates the
> > > appointments
> > > and tasks, but fails to send a mail to the receipient. Below is the
> > > function
> > > where the execution fails. I feel the failure happens at the
> > > GAL.RESOLVENAME
> > > command. Since, only the executable is installed in the PC where the
> > > problem
> > > occurs, i am not able to point out which statement fails. Can somebody
> > > help
> > > me, to get this issue resolved.
> >> > The error message, generated by the below function is
> >> > "Object variable or With block variable not set"
> >> > Private Function RecipientIsValid(session As Redemption.RDOSession,
> > > RecipientUserId As String) As Boolean
> >> > On Error GoTo ErrHandler
> > > Dim oMessage As RDOMail
> > > Dim oRecipient As RDORecipient
> >>> > Set oMessage = session.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderOutbox).Items.Add
> > > Set oRecipient = oMessage.Recipients.Add(RecipientUserId)
> > > session.AddressBook.GAL.ResolveName (RecipientUserId)
> >> > CleanUp:
> > > RecipientIsValid = True
> > > Exit Function
> >> > ErrHandler:
> > > If Err.Number = -2147219712 Then ' [Collaboration Data
> > > Objects - [MAPI_E_AMBIGUOUS_RECIP(80040700)]]
> > > GoTo CleanUp
> > > Else
> > > Debug.Print "RecipientIsValid"
> > > Debug.Print Err.Description
> > > End If
> >> > End Function
> >> > Thanks in advance

>

>
>
>
>
>
>>
 
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