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Inside Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Web Services by Huw Upshall, Mark Taylor, Ben Spain, Michael Mainer, David Sterling

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Chapter 5. Items

An item is any non-folder that resides within a folder.[73] Users do not typically see "items" as such, but instead see one of the descendant types such as a message, calendar item, meeting request, or contact. This chapter covers the features that are common to all item types. The finer nuances of each descendant type will be handled in Chapter 6 (contacts), Chapter 7 (messages), Chapter 8 through Chapter 10 (calendar-related items), and Chapter 11 (tasks).

What Is an Item?

An item is anything that exists within the message table in the Exchange Store. Like folders, items are represented as a collection of properties. As far as the Store is concerned, all properties are applicable to all items. It is completely acceptable to have ...

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