Published: July 16, 2012
Applies to: Exchange 2013 | Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2007 | Exchange Server 2010 | Office 365
The ParentFolderId element identifies the folder in which a new folder is created or the folder to search for the FindConversation operation.
<ParentFolderId> <DistinguishedFolderId/> </ParentFolderId>
<ParentFolderId> <FolderId/> </ParentFolderId>
The ParentFolderId element contains two child elements. The child elements are mutually exclusive in the schema.
Contains the required identifier and the optional change key of a folder in which a new folder is created or the folder that is searched for the FindConversation operation. Using this element excludes the use of the DistinguishedFolderId element.
Identifies default Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 folders. Using this element excludes the use of the FolderId element.
The two child elements are used to define the folder that will contain the new folder. You must select either the FolderId or the DistinguishedFolderId element to identify the parent folder of the new folder. You cannot use both elements at the same time. This element is required to create folders.
The ParentFolderId element describes the location of existing items and folders.
The schema that describes this element is located in the IIS virtual directory that hosts Exchange Web Services.