4.11.1.2 Response

The following example shows the Find command response (section 2.2.1.2) sent from the server to the client.

 <Find xmlns="Find:">
   <Status>1</Status>
   <Response>
     <Store xmlns="ItemOperations:">Mailbox</Store>
     <Status>1</Status>
     <Result>
       <Class xmlns="AirSync:">Email</Class>
       <ServerId xmlns="AirSync:">mCqOgC0G+ki3yxt8DlPYDgAAAAABDJgqjoAtBvpIt8sbfA5T2A4AAChJfyI=</ServerId>
       <CollectionId xmlns="AirSync:">5</CollectionId>
       <Properties>
         <Subject xmlns="Email:">Problem with your new mobile device partnership</Subject>
         <DateReceived xmlns="Email:">2016-05-03T18:17:33.000Z</DateReceived>
         <DisplayTo xmlns="Email:">Mike Contoso</DisplayTo>
         <DisplayCc xlmns="Email:">Mary Contoso; Susan Contoso</DisplayCc>
         <DisplayBcc xmlns="Email:">Steve Contoso; Anthony Contoso; Bill Contoso</DisplayBcc>
         <Importance xmlns="Email:">2</Importance>
         <Read xmlns="Email:">0</Read>
         <IsDraft xmlns="Email2:">0</IsDraft>
         <Preview>You have 100 device partnerships out of the maximum allowed 100 partnerships. After you reach the maximum, you can't create additional partnerships until you delete existing ones from your account. To do this, sign in to Outlook Web App, click Options &gt; P</Preview>
         <HasAttachments>1</HasAttachments>
         <From xmlns="Email:">"Microsoft Outlook" &lt;MicrosoftExchange@contoso.com</From>
       </Properties>
     </Result>
     <Range>0-1</Range>
     <Total>1</Total>
   </Response>
 </Find>