The String element represents a string that is used by items, contacts, tasks, and conversations.
Attributes and elements
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
||Contains a collection of strings that identify to which categories an item in the mailbox belongs.
||Contains the names of the children of a contact.
||Represents the collection of companies that are associated with a contact or task.
||Contains a list of contacts that are associated with a task.
||Contains the category list for all conversation items in a mailbox.
||Contains the recipient list of a conversation aggregated across a mailbox.
||Contains a list of all the senders of conversation items in the mailbox.
||Contains a list of all the people who have sent messages that are currently unread in this conversation across all folders in the mailbox.
||Contains a list of the item classes that must be stamped on incoming messages in order for the condition or exception to apply.
||Contains a list of the message classifications that must be stamped on incoming messages in order for the condition or exception to apply.
||Contains the list of recipients of the conversation. This element is read-only.
||Contains a list of all the senders of conversation items in the current folder. This element is read-only.
||Contains a list of all the people who have sent messages that are currently unread in this conversation in the current folder.
The text value of this element is a string that represents a category, the child of a contact, a company, a unique recipient of a conversation, or a contact that is associated with a task.
The schema that describes this element is located in the IIS virtual directory that hosts Exchange Web Services.This element was introduced in Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1).
|Can be Empty