I'm writing an exchange client extension application using visual c++, and I'm having trouble distinguishing between the situations when a user
1)double clicks on a distribution list in outlook
2) right mouse click on adistribution list and and click on "flag for follow up" context menu
3)right mouse click on a distribution list and clicks on "categories" conetxt menu. they all seem to go to the IExchExtMessageEvents::OnRead event. Is there any way to find out which menu click caused to come to OnRead.
I'd like to handle the above event differently. I need help on determining which of the above menu commands caused it tocome to the IExchExtMessageEvents::OnRead event.
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