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TentativelyAcceptItem

Topic Last Modified: 2008-09-05

The TentativelyAcceptItem element represents a Tentative reply to a meeting request.


<TentativelyAcceptItem>
   <ItemClass/>
   <Sensitivity/>
   <Body/>
   <Attachments/>
   <InternetMessageHeaders/>
   <Sender/>
   <ToRecipients/>
   <CcRecipients/>
   <BccRecipients/>
   <IsReadReceiptRequested/>
   <IsDeliveryReceiptRequested/>
   <ReferenceItemId/>
   <ReceivedBy/>
   <ReceivedRepresenting/>
</TentativelyAcceptItem>

TentativelyAcceptItemType

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

Element Description

ItemClass

Represents the message class of an item.

Sensitivity

Identifies the sensitivity of an item.

Body

Represents the actual body content of a message.

Attachments

Contains the item or file that is attached to an item in the Exchange store.

InternetMessageHeaders

Represents the Internet message header name for a given header within the headers collection.

Sender

Identifies the sender of an item.

ToRecipients

Contains a set of recipients of an item. These are the primary recipients of an item.

CcRecipients

Represents a collection of recipients that will receive a copy of the message.

BccRecipients

Represents a collection of recipients to receive a blind carbon copy (Bcc) of an e-mail.

IsReadReceiptRequested

Indicates whether the sender of an item requests a read receipt.

IsDeliveryReceiptRequested

Indicates whether the sender of an item requests a delivery receipt.

ReferenceItemId

Identifies the item to which the response object refers.

ReceivedBy

Identifies the delegate in a delegate access scenario. This element was introduced in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1).

ReceivedRepresenting

Identifies the principal in a delegate access scenario. This element was introduced in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1).

Parent Elements

Element Description

AdjacentMeetings

Describes all items that are adjacent to a meeting time.

The following are some of the XPath expressions to this element:

  • /CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /MeetingRequest/AdjacentMeetings
  • /SetItemField/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /AppendToItemField/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /AcceptItem/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /DeclineItem/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /TentativelyAcceptItem/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /UpdateItem/ItemChanges/ItemChange/Updates/SetItemField/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /UpdateItem/ItemChanges/ItemChange/Updates/AppendToItemField/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /CreateAttachmentResponseMessage/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings
  • /GetAttachmentResponseMessage/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/AdjacentMeetings

ConflictingMeetings

Describes all items that conflict with a meeting time.

The following are some of the XPath expressions to this element:

  • /CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /MeetingRequest/ConflictingMeetings
  • /SetItemField/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /AppendToItemField/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /AcceptItem/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /DeclineItem/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /TentativelyAcceptItem/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /UpdateItem/ItemChanges/ItemChange/Updates/SetItemField/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /UpdateItem/ItemChanges/ItemChange/Updates/AppendToItemField/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /CreateAttachmentResponseMessage/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings
  • /GetAttachmentResponseMessage/Attachments/ItemAttachment/CalendarItem/ConflictingMeetings

ResponseObjects

Contains a collection of all the response objects that are associated with an item in the Exchange store.

Items (CreateItem)

Contains an array of items to create in the folder identified by the ParentFolderId (Create) element.

The schema that describes this element is located in the EWS virtual directory of the computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed.

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types

Schema Name

Types schema

Validation File

Types.xsd

Can be Empty

False

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