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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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Summary

Tasks are items that are actionable, measurable, and finite. They are actionable because they require some effort on the task owner’s part to complete them. They are measurable because they can be completed. They are finite because there is a date when they are considered complete. In this chapter, we discussed the various task properties. We discussed recurring tasks, which are tasks that repeat based on a user-defined recurrence pattern. We explained the difference between normal recurring tasks and regenerating tasks, when to use each, and how overdue instances of these types of tasks behave when you mark them as complete.

Now, we can mark the task of writing this chapter as complete. Thankfully, writing the chapter isn’t a recurring ...

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