The ItemClass element represents the message class of an item.
Attributes and elements
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
||Represents an Accept reply to a meeting request.
||Represents an Exchange calendar item.
||Represents an Exchange contact item.
||Represents a single conversation.
||Represents a Decline reply to a meeting request.
||Represents a distribution list.
||Contains a list of item classes that represents all the item classes of the conversation items in a mailbox.
||Represents a generic Exchange item.
||Represents a meeting cancellation in the Exchange store.
||Represents a meeting in the Exchange store.
||Represents a meeting request in the Exchange store.
||Represents a meeting response in the Exchange store.
||Represents an Exchange e-mail message.
||Removes an item from the Exchange store.
||Represents a task in the Exchange store.
||Represents a Tentative reply to a meeting request.
A text value that is consistent with the item's type may be required. For example, if you are creating or updating a message, the IPM.Note or another class that is consistent with a message is required. An empty value is not allowed. But if you are creating or updating an item, an empty type is valid.
An error is returned if the ItemClass is set to a value that is inconsistent with the item type. For example, a message's ItemClass cannot be set to the ItemClass value for a Task.
The schema that describes this element is located in the IIS virtual directory that hosts Exchange Web Services.
|Can be Empty