I'm not sure what you try to do, but it's easy:
1 - Create the Pop3Cli instance in Execute
2 - Assign properties and events
3 - Connect
4 - Start your MessageLoop
Arno Garrels [TeamICS]
Patrick Wong wrote:
> Dear all,
> I am using BCB6 and ICS. I reference The MailRcv application as a
> start of my new task. It works fine as long as the Pop3Cli is
> created and used in the main GUI context. For my app I need to do
> the POP3 mail client as a worker thread. However it does not work as
> the event Pop3ClientRequestDone can never be triggered. The symptom
> is that after calling Connect(), a call to User() throws exception as
> it is in pop3DnsLookupState.
> I suspect that this is caused by the lack of a message queue in the
> worker thread.
> As such I try to create a message loop using the ConApp.pas as an
> void __fastcall TMailClientThread::MessageLoop(void)
> TMsg *pMsg;
> while(!Terminated && GetMessage(pMsg, 0, 0, 0))
> void __fastcall TMailClientThread::Execute()
> //---- Place thread code here ----
> However the thread execution will not proceed as the TranslateMessage
> and DispatchMessage will not be reached in the while() within the
> MessageLoop function call.
> Is there any ICS sample that instructs how to implement a message
> queue in a threaded application?
> If I am wrong in the above understanding please kindly advise. I
> will be happy if there is indeed a simpler solution.
> Thanks in advance.
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