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/* nsMsgKey is a unique ID for a particular message in a folder. If you want
a handle to a message that will remain valid even after resorting the folder
or otherwise changing their indices, you want one of these rather than a
nsMsgViewIndex. nsMsgKeys don't survive local mail folder compression, however.
const nsMsgKey nsMsgKey_None = 0xffffffff;
* A generic index type from which other index types are derived. All nsMsgViewIndex
* derived types are zero based.
* The following index types are currently supported:
* - nsMsgViewIndex - an index into the list of messages or folders or groups,
* where zero is the first one to show, one is the second, etc...
* - AB_SelectionIndex
* - AB_NameCompletionIndex
const nsMsgViewIndex nsMsgViewIndex_None = 0xFFFFFFFF;