FoldersClass FoldersClass FoldersClass Class

Definition

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

public ref class FoldersClass : Microsoft::Office::Interop::Outlook::Folders, System::Collections::IEnumerable
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.ClassInterface(0)]
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.Guid("00063051-0000-0000-C000-000000000046")]
public class FoldersClass : Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.Folders, System.Collections.IEnumerable
Public Class FoldersClass
Implements Folders, IEnumerable
Inheritance
FoldersClassFoldersClassFoldersClass
Attributes
Implements

Properties

Application Application Application

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Class Class Class

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Count Count Count

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

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

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Parent Parent Parent

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

RawTable RawTable RawTable

This object, member, or enumeration is deprecated and is not intended to be used in your code.

Session Session Session

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Methods

Add(String, Object) Add(String, Object) Add(String, Object)

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

GetFirst() GetFirst() GetFirst()

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

GetLast() GetLast() GetLast()

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

GetNext() GetNext() GetNext()

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

GetPrevious() GetPrevious() GetPrevious()

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Remove(Int32) Remove(Int32) Remove(Int32)

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Events

FolderAdd FolderAdd FolderAdd

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

FolderChange FolderChange FolderChange

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

FolderRemove FolderRemove FolderRemove

This is a .NET class or a member of a .NET class created when processing a COM coclass that is required by managed code for interoperability with the corresponding COM object. Use this class only when you have to access an earlier event in this class that has been subsequently extended in a later version of Outlook. Otherwise, use the .NET interface derived from the COM coclass. For information about the .NET interface, see Folders.

Applies to