Published: July 16, 2012
Applies to: Exchange 2013 | Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2007 | Exchange Server 2010
The ExpandDLResponseMessage element contains the status and result of a single ExpandDL operation request.
<ExpandDLResponseMessage ResponseClass="" IndexedPagingOffset="" NumeratorOffset="" AbsoluteDenominator="" IncludesLastItemInRange="" TotalItemsInView=""> <MessageText/> <ResponseCode/> <DescriptiveLinkKey/> <MessageXml/> <DLExpansion/> </ExpandDLResponseMessage>
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
Describes the status of an ExpandDL operation response. The following values are valid for this attribute:
Represents the next index that should be used for the next request when an indexed paging view is used.
Represents the new numerator value to use for the next request when fraction page views are used.
Represents the next denominator to use for the next request when doing fractional paging.
Indicates that additional paging is not needed. This attribute will be true if the current results contain the last item in the query.
Represents the total number of items that pass the restriction.
ResponseClass Attribute Values
Describes a request that is fulfilled.
Describes a request that was not processed. A warning may be returned if an error occurred while an item in the request was processing and subsequent items could not be processed. The following are examples of sources of warnings:
Describes a request that cannot be fulfilled. The following are examples of sources of errors:
Provides a text description of the status of the response.
Provides an error code that identifies the specific error that the request encountered.
Currently unused and is reserved for future use. It contains a value of 0.
Provides additional error response information.
Contains an array of mailboxes that are contained in a distribution list.
Contains the response messages for an Exchange Web Services request.
The schema that describes this element is located in the EWS virtual directory of the computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 that has the Client Access server role installed.
Can be Empty
July 16, 2012