I created a custom content class (e.g., "urn:content-classes:myclass")
and a form registration for this content class (formurl point to an
asp file in the same folder, e.g.,
http://server/public/test/CustomMessage.asp, just for testing
It works in public folder, i.e., when I open a message of custom class
via OWA, the custom form is displayed.
But, when I do exactly the same thing against my inbox (including
create content class, form registration ...), the custom form doesn't
Have you ever seen this before?
BTW, my Exchange version is 2000 with SP3
> You can register your own class, but you must be sure that your own items
> > In Exchange 2000, there are only a few built in message types, like
> > "message", "document", "contact"..
> > I have a customized message class which needs quite different layout
> > display from these standard forms. Is there a way I can realize this
> > in OWA? (In outlook, I use customized Outlook forms for this message
> > class)
> > From my research on Exchange 2000 and OWA documentation, I can
> > register a WSS form to respond a certain contentclass, e.g., message.
> > But in this case, all the normal messages would also use my form. (I
> > would like to use my form for my message class, but use Microsoft form
> > for normal messages).
> > I'm wondering if this is possible? Seems to be a very common task,
> > though.