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Microsoft 365: Update Mail Properties

Your feedback matters, and we’ve been listening!

Many of you have been eager for a command to update the ‘isRead’ flag in emails. Starting with 4D v20 R3, 4D Netkit has incorporated this highly requested feature. Now, you can effortlessly update various properties of received or drafted emails using the new ‘Office365.mail.update()‘ function.

Keep reading for more details.

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A Fresh Approach to Writing Variadic Functions

Many of you are familiar with using methods or functions that can accept an unspecified number of parameters, often referred to as variadic functions.

In our ongoing process to improve your development experience, 4D v20 R3 streamlined the declaration of these methods by introducing ellipsis, making your code more straightforward and easier to work with.

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Enhancing The Journal Management

With 4D v20 R3, a new feature has been introduced to enable better journal management. This feature concerns the “Use log file” option, which can now be overridden like other backup parameters.

In this blog post, we’ll explain why this is useful and show you how to use it.

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4D Write Pro: Assign Names to Formulas

In 4D Write Pro documents, formulas are crucial and contribute significantly to their functionality. Previously, these formulas could be represented as values, expressions, or symbols.

However, to further enhance the user experience and improve readability, an exciting new feature with 4D v20 R3 has been introduced: the ability to assign names to formulas. This latest enhancement allows users to quickly identify and comprehend the purpose of each formula within the document.

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Injecting Custom Data In Websocket Client Headers

Customizing WebSocket client headers lets you inject specific information, preferences, or requirements into the WebSocket connection establishment process.

From 4D v20 R3, you can transmit security information, application-specific data, or other data relevant to the server connection through websocket client headers.

Here is everything you need to know!

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