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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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Viewing Items on a Calendar

In Chapter 4, you learned that each of the specialized folders has a different set of default properties. The CalendarFolderType type is used to represent folders that have a FolderClass of "IPF.Appointment." The CalendarFolderType type derives from the BaseFolderType type, which means that it has the properties of FolderId, ParentFolderId, FolderClass, DisplayName, TotalCount, and ChildFolderCount. Each of these properties has been explained before, but there is one property that we will expound on briefly because it segues nicely into a special type that has been created just for calendar folders.

Understanding the TotalCount Property on Calendar Folders

As you know, the TotalCount property returns the number of items ...

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