The ItemId element contains the unique identifier and change key of an item in the Exchange store.
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
Identifies a specific item in the Exchange store. Id is case-sensitive; therefore, comparisons between Ids must be case-sensitive or binary.
Identifies a specific version of an item. A ChangeKey is required for the following scenarios:
Represents an Exchange calendar item.
Represents an Exchange contact item.
Represents an event when an item or folder is copied.
Represents an event when an item or folder is created.
Identifies a single item to delete in the local client store.
Represents an event when an item or folder is deleted.
Represents a distribution list.
Contains the status and results of a request to export a single mailbox item.
Represents the first occurrence of a recurring calendar item.
Contains the collection of item identifiers for all conversation items in a mailbox.
Identifies items to skip during synchronization.
Represents a generic Exchange item.
Represents a single item to upload into a mailbox.
Contains an item identifier and the updates to apply to the item.
The following is the XPath expression to this element:
Contains the unique identities of items, occurrence items, and recurring master items used to delete, send, get, move, or copy items in the Exchange store.
The following are the XPath expressions to this element:
Contains an array of item identifiers that identify the items to export from a mailbox.
Represents the last occurrence of a recurring calendar item.
Identifies a mail-enabled Active Directory directory service object.
Represents a meeting cancellation in the Exchange store.
Represents a meeting in the Exchange store.
Represents a meeting request in the Exchange store.
Represents a meeting response in the Exchange store.
Represents an Exchange e-mail message.
Represents an event that occurs when an item is modified.
Represents an event that occurs when an item is moved from one parent folder to another parent folder.
Represents an event that is triggered by a new mail item in a mailbox.
Represents a single modified occurrence of a recurring calendar item.
Represents a request to read an item on a telephone.
Removes an item from the Exchange store.
Represents an e-mail address that identifies a list of meeting rooms.
Represents a task in the Exchange store.
Contains the status and results of a request to upload a single mailbox item.
Defines a single user configuration object.