If you want to handle the ribbon, it must be in the same class that
implements extensibility. That's a requirement.
You need to tell us more about your setup. What language are you using for
your addin, what version of Visual Studio if you are using an MS language?
What is the earliest version of Outlook you are supporting? What version are
you referencing and if using managed code what version of the Outlook PIA?
Are you now handling the ribbon for Inspectors, something that you should be
doing anyway for support for Outlook 2007?
You can use one addin for everything, but how that's done depends on the
factors I asked about above.
[MVP - Outlook]
Author: Professional Programming Outlook 2007.
Reminder Manager, Extended Reminders, Attachment Options.
"rakesh" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I've developed a plugin which works perfect with all Outlook versions up
> to Outlook 2007.
> Now, I am developing the same plugin for Outlook 2010.
> Should I have two different COM dlls?
> Could I implement both interfaces (IRibbonExtensibility) in one DLL and
> based on Outlook version could execute them?
> Please guide me.
> Best Regards