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  1. Re: How Outlook show the Messenger Status?

    I post this link only to describe what I mean, it's not OL2007 specific, OL2003 have this feature too. (I guess 2002 too)
  2. Re: How Outlook show the Messenger Status?

    No, I mean the following:
    When I add an user who have an MSN adress to my outlook contacts I can see the status and I can open a message window with this contact. And I have no idea how this works....
  3. How Outlook show the Messenger Status?

    I have some questions about the messenger integration in Outlook:
    -How Outlook detect the MSN Messenger status from an contact?
    Send the Messenger some info to Outlook, ask Outlook the...
  4. Cannot recived data with POST from A Forum

    I want to make a search request in a forum (vBulletin) and display the result on a "HTML site" inside a Vista sidebar gatget. Here are my code snippets:

  5. USB explain a misunderstanding with WinUSB

    if I understand the WinUSB docu correct,

    "In Windows Vista, the Windows USB (WinUSB) mechanism enables you to manage USB devices with...
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    Spy Mousebuttons with LibUsb

    have someone any Idea how to spy mousebutton clicks (No, not the normal buttons, one of the extended buttons, my mouse have 7 of them) with LibUsb , maybe...
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    Re: IOCTL() convert to libusb

    thanks for you answer,
    but unfortunately, maybe i am totaly wrong, Win2000/WinXP block directly access to mouse devices, so i can use only functions for "Raw Input" (for example...
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    IOCTL() convert to libusb

    i want to access the LEDs from the logitech mice MX610 inside a windows application.
    I use Google and i found ONLY the following Linux code snippet:

    unsigned char command[6]={ 0x01,...
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