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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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Retrieving Your Search Folder

Now, given that you know how to create a search folder, it seems reasonable that you should be able to retrieve the search folder along with the restriction that you originally set. Before you get too far, however, let’s get something straight. There are two ways to look at a search folder. First, you can look at the search folder definition itself. Just like a normal folder, a search folder has the standard DisplayName, ParentFolderId, and other properties. In addition, you have seen that SearchFolderType exposes this nifty SearchParameters property. When you retrieve the search folder via GetFolder or find the search folder via FindFolder, all you are doing is returning the folder definition itself.

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