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We want to host a third party application "Microsoft Lync client" in our application. The application should be structured such like this in the UI.

Microsoft Lync [Above UI part]
Our Application UI [Lower UI part]

Both the UI i.e. Lync UI and our process application UI in the same UI.

We are able to some how include the lync client UI in our application, however we are not aware or can say have ignorance about handling the lync client win32 message with our application.

We want to do this because we want this combination of both UI as one. They should not appear to user as different UI, the behavior should appear to user as if they are a part of same application.

I would request to provide some pointer to get and handle the win32 message of lync client UI in our applications. More specifically will be how to have a hook in to Microsoft Lync Client to get its all win32 message, so that message can also be given to our host application and behavior remains as of the lync client.

For example if the user clicks on the "Maximize" of lync client, our host application should get the same message through hook and get maximize with the lync client.
Updated 15-May-12 20:17pm
Nelek 9-Mar-12 6:36am    
And the question is?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 9-Mar-12 20:41pm    
Two words: bad idea.

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