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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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Contact Properties

Aside from the properties inherited from ItemType, ContactItemType includes the properties shown in Table 6-1. Following the table, we will discuss a number of them in more detail.

Table 6-1. ContactItemType Properties

Property

Type

Comment

FileAs

String

How the name should be filed for display/sorting purposes

FileAsMapping

FileAsMappingType

How the various parts of a contact’s information interact to form the FileAs property value

DisplayName

String

The name to display for a contact

GivenName

String

The name by which a person is known; often referred to as a person’s first name

Initials

String

Initials for the contact

MiddleName

String

The middle name for the contact

Nickname

String

Another name by which the contact is known

CompleteName

CompleteNameType ...

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