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/* -*- Mode: IDL; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */
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 * The Original Code is mozilla.org code.
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#include "nsISupports.idl"
#include "nsrootidl.idl"
#include "nsIMsgWindow.idl"
#include "nsIMsgIdentity.idl"
#include "nsIMsgThread.idl"
#include "nsIMsgFolder.idl"

interface nsIMsgDBHdr;
interface nsIDOMWindowInternal;
interface nsITransactionManager;
interface nsIMsgMessageService;
interface nsIFile;
interface nsIUrlListener;

[scriptable, uuid(1B44C6EB-2C14-470F-AA5C-BDDCE89A4ECC)]
interface nsIMessenger : nsISupports {

    const long eUnknown = 0;
    const long eDeleteMsg = 1;
    const long eMoveMsg = 2;
    const long eCopyMsg = 3;

    void setDisplayCharset(in ACString aCharset);

    readonly attribute nsITransactionManager transactionManager;

    void setWindow(in nsIDOMWindowInternal ptr, in nsIMsgWindow msgWindow);

    void openURL(in ACString aURL);

    /** load a custom message by url, e.g load a attachment as a email
      */
    void loadURL(in nsIDOMWindowInternal ptr, in ACString aURL); 

    void launchExternalURL(in ACString aURL);

    boolean canUndo();
    boolean canRedo();
    unsigned long getUndoTransactionType();
    unsigned long getRedoTransactionType();
    void undo(in nsIMsgWindow msgWindow);
    void redo(in nsIMsgWindow msgWindow);
    void sendUnsentMessages(in nsIMsgIdentity aIdentity, in nsIMsgWindow aMsgWindow);
    void setDocumentCharset(in ACString characterSet);
    void saveAs(in ACString aURI, in boolean aAsFile, in nsIMsgIdentity aIdentity, in AString aMsgFilename);
    void openAttachment(in ACString contentTpe, in ACString url, in ACString displayName, in ACString messageUri, in boolean isExternalAttachment);
    void saveAttachment(in ACString contentTpe, in ACString url, in ACString displayName, in ACString messageUri, in boolean isExternalAttachment);
    void saveAllAttachments(in unsigned long count, [array, size_is(count)] in string contentTypeArray,
                            [array, size_is(count)] in string urlArray, [array, size_is(count)] in string displayNameArray,
                            [array, size_is(count)] in string messageUriArray);
    
    void saveAttachmentToFile(in nsIFile aFile, in ACString aUrl, in ACString aMessageUri, 
                              in ACString aContentType, in nsIUrlListener aListener);
    
    void detachAttachment(in string contentTpe, in string url, in string displayName, in string messageUri, in boolean saveFirst, [optional] in boolean withoutWarning);
    void detachAllAttachments(in unsigned long count, [array, size_is(count)] in string contentTypeArray,
                             [array, size_is(count)] in string urlArray, [array, size_is(count)] in string displayNameArray,
                             [array, size_is(count)] in string messageUriArray, in boolean saveFirst, [optional] in boolean withoutWarning);
    // saveAttachmentToFolder is used by the drag and drop code to drop an attachment to a destination folder
    // we need to return the actual file path (including the filename).
    nsILocalFile saveAttachmentToFolder(in ACString contentType, in ACString url, in ACString displayName, in ACString messageUri, in nsILocalFile aDestFolder);

    attribute boolean sendingUnsentMsgs;

    readonly attribute ACString lastDisplayedMessageUri;

    nsIMsgMessageService messageServiceFromURI(in ACString aUri);
    nsIMsgDBHdr msgHdrFromURI(in ACString aUri);
    // for back forward history, we need a list of visited messages,
    // and where we are in the list.
    
    // aPos is relative to the current history cursor - 1 is forward, -1 is back.
    // Unfortunately, you must call this before navigating to this position,
    // because calling this has the side effect of making us adjust our current
    // history pos, and *not* adding the loaded message to the history queue.
    ACString getMsgUriAtNavigatePos(in long aPos);
    ACString getFolderUriAtNavigatePos(in long aPos);
    attribute long navigatePos;
    // if caller just wants the count and cur pos, they can pass in a null history pointer, which will be more efficent
    // if they want a list suitable for display in a back/forward menu drop down, they should pass in a aHistory pointer,
    // and they'll get returned an array with strings containing something like subject and sender of the message - 
    // other possible info is the folder containing the message, and the preview text, if available.
    void getNavigateHistory(out unsigned long aCurPos, out unsigned long aCount, [array, size_is(aCount)] out string aHistory);
};