PidTagExtendedFolderFlags Canonical Property
Applies to: Outlook 2013 | Outlook 2016
Contains extended flags about a folder.
This property is a binary stream that contains encoded sub-properties for the folder. It is formatted as a series of variable length sub items. The first 8 bits of the sub item is an ID field, which indicates what kind of flag the sub item represents. The second 8 bits is the number of bytes of data that follow.
Possible ID values include:
Do not use this value
The data is a four byte value formatted as:
Bits Description 0-1 Reserved. 2 Set to 0 if the application should show a policy description. 3-5 Reserved. 6-7 Controls the display of the number of messages in the folder.
0 - Use the default setting
1 - Use the number of unread messages
3 - Use the total number of messages
Reserved items can be ignored, but existing values must be preserved.
The data field is a 16-byte field. When the application creates a persistent search folder, it must set this field on the folder to the same value as the PR_WB_SF_TAG (PidTagSearchFolderId)) binary property on the Search Folder Message.
The data field is a 4-byte field. When the application creates the to-do search folder, it must set the value of this field on the folder to the little-endian integer value of" 0x000c0000":
Provides references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.
Specifies the location and properties of client and server configuration data, such as shared category lists and working hours.
Specifies the properties and operations for manipulating a search folder list configuration.
Provides data type definitions.
Contains definitions of properties listed as alternate names.