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Public Member Functions
nsIMsgSendLaterListener Interface Reference

import "nsIMsgSendLaterListener.idl";

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Public Member Functions

void OnStartSending (in PRUint32 aTotalMessageCount)
 Notify the observer that the operation of sending all unset messages has started.
void OnProgress (in PRUint32 aCurrentMessage, in PRUint32 aTotalMessage)
 Notify the observer that progress as occurred for send operation.
void OnStatus (in wstring aMsg)
 Notify the observer with a status message for the send later operation.
void OnStopSending (in nsresult aStatus, in wstring aMsg, in PRUint32 aTotalTried, in PRUint32 aSuccessful)
 Notify the observer that the message has been sent.

Detailed Description

Definition at line 45 of file nsIMsgSendLaterListener.idl.


Member Function Documentation

void nsIMsgSendLaterListener::OnProgress ( in PRUint32  aCurrentMessage,
in PRUint32  aTotalMessage 
)

Notify the observer that progress as occurred for send operation.

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Notify the observer that the operation of sending all unset messages has started.

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Notify the observer with a status message for the send later operation.

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void nsIMsgSendLaterListener::OnStopSending ( in nsresult  aStatus,
in wstring  aMsg,
in PRUint32  aTotalTried,
in PRUint32  aSuccessful 
)

Notify the observer that the message has been sent.

This method is called once when the networking library has finished processing the message.

This method is called regardless of whether the the operation was successful. aMsgID The message id for the mail message status Status code for the message send. msg A text string describing the error. returnFileSpec The returned file spec for save to file operations.

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