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Handling Lotus Notes 4.6 with VB6

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I need to handle Lotus Notes emails in a VB6 application.  I have been able to retrieve the body, subject and author of emails but do not know the property titles to use to retrieve, for example, the read/unread status.  Does anyone have a list of these properties and their data types with any advice on their usage?
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I have wondered about this one myself but have not yet found a solution. I am using v5.07 currently but was on 4.x previously the documentation for R5 implies that there is an IsUnRead property though the following link suggests that this is completely untrue: http://support.lotus.com/sims2.nsf/802ee480bdd32d0b852566fa005acf8d/b7c4c4122639b7f1862568260060af4c?OpenDocument
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