|Version 4 (modified by damato, 16 months ago) (diff)|
MailRead -- Load the current message in the Read window. (V2.0)
Loads the current message into the Read window, or activates an already opened Read window to let other commands act upon it afterwards.
VAR/K - alternative variable to put the results into instead of RESULT
STEM/K - base name used for the stem where the returned data will be stored
WINDOW/N - change the command behavior to just activate an already opened Read window
QUIET/S - force the window to stay invisible
VAR - info returned by the command
<STEM>WINDOW - number of the Read window now active
RC is set to 10 if WINDOW is used with a value referring to an inexistant window or if another slot is asked but all of them are already taken.
For all intents and purposes, the status of the "Multiple windows" flag in the Read configuration is irrelevant for this command.
Window slots are dynamically assigned as they are required until all four are occupied, and remain in use until the relevant window is closed (an "invisible" Read window is also "open" within this context). The optional WINDOW parameter sets the active Read window, upon which the READCLOSE ?, READINFO ?, READPRINT ? and READSAVE ? commands will act when called; therefore, the MAILREAD command should be called before using any of them to ensure they act on the window that they are supposed to. Note that manually activating a Read window using the GUI does not magically makes it the target of the above mentioned commands.
Until V2.5 the WINDOW/N parameter and return code was limited to return values only between 0 - 3.
The WINDOW input parameter was never honoured; this was fixed in V2.4.