For more information about MAPI Editor, see Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Editor. It can be download from github (scroll down and then click Latest release).
- Start MAPI Editor (make sure that Outlook is not running and you are running the MFCMAPI from your local computer), and then click OK to close the Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI Editor Help screen. The main window appears.
Instead of Online mode, turn these settings on in Cache mode to achieve the same results. Click Tools, and then click Options. Scroll down and select the following two check boxes. Then, select OK.
Use the MDB_INLINE flag when calling OpenMsgStore
Use the MAPI_NO-CACHE flag when calling OpenEntry
- On the Session menu, click Logon.
- In the Profile Name box, select the appropriate online profile for the mailbox that you want to access, and then click OK. Or, click New to create a new profile. A list of available mailbox locations appears.
- Select the location that you want to view in more detail. If you are investigating an item that was moved to the Online Archive folder, double-click Online Archive. If you are investigating an issue that involves a deleted item or an item in the current active mailbox, select the mailbox by double-clicking the email address that corresponds to the primary mailbox on the account.
- Expand Root - Mailbox, and then expand IPM_SUBTREE if it is present. (If IPM_SUBTREE is not present, look for the Top of Information Store folder.) Under IPM_SUBTREE (or in the Top of Information Store folder), the folder hierarchy is displayed just as it appears in Outlook.
- Locate the folder that contains the item that you want to investigate, and then double-click that folder.
- You see a split view. The items in the folder (such as email messages, calendar items, notes, and so on) are displayed on the top. Browse through the items, and then click the item that you want to investigate. The bottom view shows the properties of the selected item.
Note To make it easier to find items, you can sort the lists by clicking the column headings.
Article ID: 3053055 - Last Review: 23 Jun 2017 - Revision: 9