Conflicts Conflicts Conflicts Interface


Contains a collection of Conflict objects that represent all Microsoft Outlook items that are in conflict with a particular Outlook item.

public interface class Conflicts : System::Collections::IEnumerable
public interface Conflicts : System.Collections.IEnumerable
Public Interface Conflicts
Implements IEnumerable


Use the Conflicts property of any Outlook item, such as MailItem, to return the Conflicts object.

Use the Count property of the Conflicts object to determine if the item is invloved in a conflict. A non-zero value indicates conflict.

Use the Item[Object] property (this in C#)to retrieve a particular conflict item from the Conflicts collection object.

Use the GetFirst(), GetNext(), GetPrevious(), and GetLast() methods to traverse the Conflicts collection.


Application Application Application

Returns an Application object that represents the parent Outlook application for the object. Read-only.

Class Class Class

Returns an OlObjectClass constant indicating the object's class. Read-only.

Count Count Count

Returns an Integer (int in C#) value indicating the count of objects in the specified collection. Read-only.

Item[Object] Item[Object] Item[Object]

Returns an Conflict object from the collection.

Parent Parent Parent

Returns the parent Object of the specified object. Read-only.

Session Session Session

Returns the NameSpace object for the current session. Read-only.


GetFirst() GetFirst() GetFirst()

Returns the first object in the Conflicts collection.

GetLast() GetLast() GetLast()

Returns the last object in the Conflicts collection.

GetNext() GetNext() GetNext()

Returns the next object in the Conflicts collection.

GetPrevious() GetPrevious() GetPrevious()

Returns the previous object in the Conflicts collection.

Applies to