FormRegion.SetControlItemProperty method (Outlook)
Binds an explicit built-in property or a custom property to a control in the form region.
expression A variable that represents a FormRegion object.
|Control||Required||Object||A control in the form region to which the property specified by PropertyName will be bound.|
|PropertyName||Required||String||The name of the property that will be bound to the control.|
You can use this method to bind an explicit built-in property or a custom property to a control. You must reference the property by its string name, for example, Subject, and not by namespace, for example, http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x0037001E.
The PropertyName parameter is not case-sensitive. For example, SetControlItemProperty interprets an argument, CustomerId, to be the same as CustomerID and binds the specified control to the built-in ContactItem.CustomerID property.
Other than using the SetControlItemProperty method of a FormRegion object, you can also use code similar to the following to bind a property such as the Subject property to a control:
myPage.Controls("bar").ItemProperty = "subject"
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