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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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Search Folders and the FindItem Operations

We mentioned earlier that there are two ways to "look" at a search folder. The first is looking at the search folder definition (the metadata, if you will) of the folder itself. That is fine and dandy for certain purposes, but it is likely that the reason you created the search folder in the first place is that you wanted the filtered data! However, search folders are strange beasts because they offer up a collection of items that passes the search folder’s search criteria, yet those items don’t actually live in the search folder. Want proof? Create a search folder that matches all items in your Inbox with an item:Size that is greater than zero. Then delete the search folder.[220] Phew! Deleting the search ...

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