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2.2.5.2 Common Open Properties

A GSS can allow querying and retrieval over any property. The tables below outline some properties typically used.

Storage Property Set

#define  StorageGuid     \
{0xb725f130,0x47ef,0x101a,0xa5,0xf1,0x02,0x60,0x8c,0x9e,0xeb,0xac}

Name/PropId

Type

Description

System.ItemFolderNameDisplay

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The physical path to the file, not including the file name.

ClassId

0x00000003

VT_CLSID

The class ID of the object, for example, WordPerfect or Microsoft® Office Word.

FileIndex

0x00000008

VT_UI8

The unique ID of the file.

USN

0x00000009

VT_I8

The update sequence number. NTFS file system drives only.

System.ItemNameDisplay

0x0000000A

VT_LPWSTR

The name of the file.

Path

0x0000000B

VT_LPWSTR

The full physical path to the file, including the file name.

System.Size

0x0000000C

VT_I8

The size, in bytes, of the file.

System.FileAttributes

0x0000000D

VT_UI4

The file attributes. Documented in Win32 SDK.

System.DateModified

0x0000000E

VT_FILETIME

The last time the file was written.

System.DateCreated

0x0000000F

VT_FILETIME

The time the file was created.

System.DateAccessed

0x00000010

VT_FILETIME

The last time the file was accessed.

AllocSize

0x00000012

VT_I8

The size of the disk allocation for the file.

ShortFilename

0x00000014

VT_LPWSTR

The short (8.3) file name.

The following table lists the attribute flag values for the Attrib property.

Attribute/Value

Description

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_READONLY

0x00000001

The file or directory is read-only.

Applications can read the file but cannot write to it or delete it.

For a directory, applications cannot delete it.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_HIDDEN

0x00000002

The file or directory is hidden.

It is not included in an ordinary directory listing.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_SYSTEM

0x00000004

The file or directory is part of the operating system, or is used exclusively by the operating system.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_DIRECTORY

0x00000010

The handle identifies a directory.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_ARCHIVE

0x00000020

The file or directory is an archive file.

Applications use this attribute to mark files for backup or removal.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL

0x00000080

The file or directory does not have another attribute set.

This attribute is valid only if used alone.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_TEMPORARY

0x00000100

The file is being used for temporary storage.

File systems avoid writing data back to mass storage if sufficient cache memory is available, because often the application deletes the temporary file shortly after the handle is closed. In that case, the system can entirely avoid writing the data. Otherwise, the data is written after the handle is closed.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_SPARSE_FILE

0x00000200

The file is a sparse file.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_REPARSE_POINT

0x00000400

The file or directory has an associated reparse point.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_COMPRESSED

0x00000800

The file or directory is compressed.

For a file, this means that all the data in the file is compressed.

For a directory, this means that compression is the default for newly created files and subdirectories.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_OFFLINE

0x00001000

The data of the file is not immediately available.

This attribute indicates that the file data has been physically moved to offline storage.

This attribute is used by Remote Storage, the hierarchical storage management software. Applications SHOULD NOT arbitrarily change this attribute.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_ENCRYPTED

0x00004000

The file or directory is encrypted.

For a file, this means that all data in the file is encrypted.

For a directory, this means that encryption is the default for newly created files and subdirectories.

FILE_ATTRIBUTE_VIRTUAL

0x00010000

A file is a virtual file.

Property Sets for Documents

#define  DocPropSetGuid      \
{0xf29f85e0,0x4ff9,0x1068,0xab,0x91,0x08,0x00,0x2b,0x27,0xb3,0xd9}

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

System.Title

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The title of the document.

System.Subject

0x00000003

VT_LPWSTR

The subject of the document.

System.Author

0x00000004

VT_LPWSTR

The author of the document.

System.Keywords

0x00000005

VT_LPWSTR

The document keywords.

System.Comment

0x00000006

VT_LPWSTR

Comments about the document.

DocTemplate

0x00000007

VT_LPWSTR

The name of the template for the document.

System.Document.LastAuthor

0x00000008

VT_LPWSTR

The most recent user who edited document.

System.Document.RevisionNumber

0x00000009

VT_LPWSTR

The current version number of the document.

System.Document.DateCreated

0x0000000A

VT_FILETIME

The total time spent editing the document.

System.Document.DatePrinted

0x0000000B

VT_FILETIME

The date the document was last printed.

System.Document.DateCreated

0x0000000C

VT_FILETIME

The date the document was created.

System.Document.DateSaved

0x0000000D

VT_FILETIME

The date the document was last saved.

System.Document.PageCount

0x0000000E

VT_I4

The number of pages in the document.

System.Document.WordCount

0x0000000F

VT_I4

The number of words in the document.

System.Document.CharacterCount

0x00000010

VT_I4

The number of characters in the document.

DocThumbnail

0x00000011

VT_CF

A thumbnail of the document in clipboard format.

System.ApplicationName

0x00000012

VT_LPWSTR

The name of the application that created the file.

Property Sets for Documents

#define  DocPropSetGuid2     \
{0xd5cdd502,0x2e9c,0x101b,0x93,0x97,0x08,0x00,0x2b,0x2c,0xf9,0xae}

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

System.category

0x00000002

VT_LPSTR

The type of document, such as a memo, schedule, or white paper.

System.Document.PresentationFormat

0x00000003

VT_LPSTR

The target format (for example, 35mm, printer, or video) for a presentation in PowerPoint.

System.Document.ByteCount

0x00000004

VT_I4

The number of bytes in a document.

System.Document.LineCount

0x00000005

VT_I4

The number of lines contained in a document.

System.Document.ParagraphCount

0x00000006

VT_I4

The number of paragraphs in a document.

System.Document.SlideCount

0x00000007

VT_I4

The number of slides in a PowerPoint document.

DocNoteCount

0x00000008

VT_I4

The number of pages with notes in a PowerPoint document.

System.Document.HiddenSlideCount

0x00000009

VT_I4

The number of hidden slides in a PowerPoint document.

DocPartTitles

0x0000000D

VT_LPWSTR|VT_VECTOR

The names of document parts. For example, in Excel, part titles are the names of spreadsheets, in PowerPoint slide titles, and in Office Word for Windows, the names of the documents in the master document.

System.Document.Manager

0x0000000E

VT_LPSTR

The name of the manager of the document's author.

System.Company

0x0000000F

VT_LPSTR

The name of the company for which the document was written.

Document characterization

#define  DocCharacterGuid     \
{0x560c36c0,0x503a,0x11cf,0xba,0xa1,0x00,0x00,0x4c,0x75,0x2a,0x9a}

The name is System.Search.Autosummary, the PropId is 0x00000002, the datatype is VT_LPWSTR, and it is a characterization or abstract of the document.

Music Property Set

#define PSGUID_MUSIC     \
{56A3372E-CE9C-11d2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

System.Music.Artist

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The artist who recorded the song.

System.Music.Album

0x00000004

VT_LPWSTR

The album on which the song was released.

System.Media.Year

0x00000005

VT_LPWSTR

The year that the song was published.

System.Music.TrackNumber0x00000007

VT_UI4

The track number for the song.

System.Music.Genre0x0000000B

VT_LPWSTR

The song's genre.

Digital Rights Management

#define PSGUID_DRM     \
{AEAC19E4-89AE-4508-B9B7-BB867ABEE2ED}

This property set contains properties that describe the digital rights associated with some media.

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

System.DRM.IsProtected

0x00000002

VT_BOOL

TRUE if there is a license.

DrmDescription

0x00000003

VT_LPWSTR

The description of the license.

DrmPlayCount

0x00000004

VT_UI4

The number of times the item can be played.

DrmPlayStarts

0x00000005

VT_FILETIME

The date the play rights start.

DrmPlayExpires

0x00000006

VT_FILETIME

The date the rights expire.

Image Property Set

#define PSGUID_IMAGESUMMARYINFORMATION     \
{0x6444048f,0x4c8b,0x11d1,0x8b,0x70,0x8,0x00,0x36,0xb1,0x1a,0x03}

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

ImageFileType

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The type of image file.

System.Image.HorizontalSize

0x00000003

VT_UI4

The horizontal size, in pixels.

System.Image.VerticalSize

0x00000004

VT_UI4

The vertical size, in pixels.

System.Image.HorizontalResolution

0x00000005

VT_UI4

The horizontal resolution, in pixels per inch.

System.Image.VerticalResolution

0x00000006

VT_UI4

The vertical resolution, in pixels per inch.

System.Image.BitDepth

0x00000007

VT_UI4

The number of bits per pixel.

ImageColorSpace

0x00000008

VT_LPWSTR

The description of the image color space.

ImageCompression

0x00000009

VT_LPWSTR

The description of the image compression.

ImageTransparency

0x0000000A

VT_UI4

The degree of transparency from 0-100.

ImageGammaValue

0x0000000B

VT_UI4

The gamma correction value.

System.Media.FrameCount

0x0000000C

VT_UI4

The frame count for the image.

System.Image.Dimensions

0x0000000D

VT_LPWSTR

The description of the image dimensions.

Audio Property Set

#define PSGUID_AUDIO     \
{64440490-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

Audio-Related Properties

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

AudioFormat

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The audio format.

System.Media.Duration

0x00000003

VT_UI8

The duration, in 100-ns units.

System.Audio.EncodingBitrate

0x00000004

VT_UI4

The average encoding rate, in bits per second.

System.Audio.SampleRate

0x00000005

VT_UI4

The sample rate, in samples per second.

System.Audio.SampleSize

0x00000006

VT_UI4

The sample size, in bits per sample.

System.Audio.ChannelCount

0x00000007

VT_UI4

The number of channels of audio.

Video Property Set

#define PSGUID_VIDEO     \
{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

System.Video.StreamName

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The name of the stream.

System.Video.FrameWidth

0x00000003

VT_UI4

The width, in pixels, of a frame.

System.Video.FrameHeight

0x00000004

VT_UI4

The height, in pixels, of a frame.

VideoTimeLength

0x00000005

VT_UI4

The duration, in 100-ns units.

System.Video.FrameRate

0x00000006

VT_UI4

The number of frames in video.

VideoFrameCount

0x00000007

VT_UI4

The frames per second.

System.Video.EncodingBitrate

0x00000008

VT_UI4

The bits per second.

System.Video.SampleSize

0x00000009

VT_UI4

The bits per sample.

System.Video.Compression

0x0000000A

VT_LPWSTR

The description of video compression.

Mime Properties

#define NNTPGuid     \
{0xAA568EEC,0xE0E5,0x11CF,0x8F,0xDA,0x00,0xAA,0x00,0xA1,0x4F,0x93}

Name/PropId

Datatype

Description

MsgNewsgroup

0x00000002

VT_LPWSTR

The newsgroup for the message.

MsgSubject

0x00000005

VT_LPWSTR

The subject of the message.

MsgFrom

0x00000006

VT_LPWSTR

Who sent the message.

MsgMessageID

0x00000007

VT_LPWSTR

The unique ID for email.

MsgDate

0x0000000C

VT_FILETIME

When the message was sent.

MsgReceivedDate

0x00000035

VT_FILETIME

When the message was received.

MsgArticleID

0x0000003C

VT_UI4

The unique identifier for the newsgroup article.

Full property table

Property Name

GUID

propID

inInvertedIndex

isColumn

columnIndexType

type

MaxSize

Vector Property

Description

System.AcquisitionID

{65A98875-3C80-40AB-ABBC-EFDAF77DBEE2}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

 

Hash to determine acquisition session.

System.ApplicationName

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

18

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Audio.ChannelCount

{64440490-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

7

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the channel count for the audio file. Values: 1 (mono), 2 (stereo).

System.Audio.EncodingBitrate

{64440490-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

4

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the average data rate in Hz for the audio file in "bits per second".

System.Audio.PeakValue

{2579E5D0-1116-4084-BD9A-9B4F7CB4DF5E}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Audio.SampleRate

{64440490-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

5

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the audio sample rate for the audio file in "samples per second".

System.Audio.SampleSize

{64440490-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

6

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the audio sample size for the audio file in "bits per sample".

System.Author

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

4

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Calendar.Duration

{293CA35A-09AA-4DD2-B180-1FE245728A52}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

The duration as specified in a string.

System.Calendar.IsOnline

{BFEE9149-E3E2-49A7-A862-C05988145CEC}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Indicates whether the event is an online event.

System.Calendar.IsRecurring

{315B9C8D-80A9-4EF9-AE16-8E746DA51D70}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.Calendar.Location

{F6272D18-CECC-40B1-B26A-3911717AA7BD}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Calendar.OptionalAttendeeAddresses

{D55BAE5A-3892-417A-A649-C6AC5AAAEAB3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Calendar.OptionalAttendeeNames

{09429607-582D-437F-84C3-DE93A2B24C3C}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Calendar.OrganizerAddress

{744C8242-4DF5-456C-AB9E-014EFB9021E3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

 

Address of the organizer organizing the event.

System.Calendar.OrganizerName

{AAA660F9-9865-458E-B484-01BC7FE3973E}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

 

Name of the organizer organizing the event.

System.Calendar.ReminderTime

{72FC5BA4-24F9-4011-9F3F-ADD27AFAD818}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Calendar.RequiredAttendeeAddresses

{0BA7D6C3-568D-4159-AB91-781A91FB71E5}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Calendar.RequiredAttendeeNames

{B33AF30B-F552-4584-936C-CB93E5CDA29F}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Calendar.Resources

{00F58A38-C54B-4C40-8696-97235980EAE1}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Calendar.ResponseStatus

{188C1F91-3C40-4132-9EC5-D8B03B72A8A2}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

This property stores the status of the user responses to meetings in the user's calendar.

System.Calendar.ShowTimeAs

{5BF396D4-5EB2-466F-BDE9-2FB3F2361D6E}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

   

System.Calendar.ShowTimeAsText

{53DA57CF-62C0-45C4-81DE-7610BCEFD7F5}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Calendar.ShowTimeAs. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Category

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Comment

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

6

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

2048

 

Comments.

System.Communication.AccountName

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

9

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Account Name

System.Communication.DateItemExpires

{428040AC-A177-4C8A-9760-F6F761227F9A}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

Date the item expires due to the retention policy.

System.Communication.FollowupIconIndex

{83A6347E-6FE4-4F40-BA9C-C4865240D1F4}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

 

This is the icon index used on messages marked for follow up.

System.Communication.HeaderItem

{C9C34F84-2241-4401-B607-BD20ED75AE7F}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

This property will be true if the item is a header item which means the item hasn't been fully downloaded.

System.Communication.PolicyTag

{EC0B4191-AB0B-4C66-90B6-C6637CDEBBAB}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This a string used to identify the retention policy applied to the item.

System.Communication.SecurityFlags

{8619A4B6-9F4D-4429-8C0F-B996CA59E335}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

 

Security flags associated with the item to know if the item is encrypted, signed or DRM enabled.

System.Communication.TaskStatus

{BE1A72C6-9A1D-46B7-AFE7-AFAF8CEF4999}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

   

System.Communication.TaskStatusText

{A6744477-C237-475B-A075-54F34498292A}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Communication.TaskStatus. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Company

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

15

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

The company or publisher.

System.ComputerName

{28636AA6-953D-11D2-B5D6-00C04FD918D0}

5

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.Anniversary

{9AD5BADB-CEA7-4470-A03D-B84E51B9949E}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Contact.AssistantName

{CD102C9C-5540-4A88-A6F6-64E4981C8CD1}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.AssistantTelephone

{9A93244D-A7AD-4FF8-9B99-45EE4CC09AF6}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.Birthday

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

47

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddress

{730FB6DD-CF7C-426B-A03F-BD166CC9EE24}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddressCity

{402B5934-EC5A-48C3-93E6-85E86A2D934E}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddressCountry

{B0B87314-FCF6-4FEB-8DFF-A50DA6AF561C}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddressPostalCode

{E1D4A09E-D758-4CD1-B6EC-34A8B5A73F80}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddressPostOfficeBox

{BC4E71CE-17F9-48D5-BEE9-021DF0EA5409}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddressState

{446F787F-10C4-41CB-A6C4-4D0343551597}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessAddressStreet

{DDD1460F-C0BF-4553-8CE4-10433C908FB0}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessFaxNumber

{91EFF6F3-2E27-42CA-933E-7C999FBE310B}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Business fax number of the contact.

System.Contact.BusinessHomePage

{56310920-2491-4919-99CE-EADB06FAFDB2}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.BusinessTelephone

{6A15E5A0-0A1E-4CD7-BB8C-D2F1B0C929BC}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.CallbackTelephone

{BF53D1C3-49E0-4F7F-8567-5A821D8AC542}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.CarTelephone

{8FDC6DEA-B929-412B-BA90-397A257465FE}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.Children

{D4729704-8EF1-43EF-9024-2BD381187FD5}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Contact.CompanyMainTelephone

{8589E481-6040-473D-B171-7FA89C2708ED}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.Department

{FC9F7306-FF8F-4D49-9FB6-3FFE5C0951EC}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.EmailAddress

{F8FA7FA3-D12B-4785-8A4E-691A94F7A3E7}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.EmailAddress2

{38965063-EDC8-4268-8491-B7723172CF29}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.EmailAddress3

{644D37B4-E1B3-4BAD-B099-7E7C04966ACA}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.EmailAddresses

{84D8F337-981D-44B3-9615-C7596DBA17E3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Contact.EmailName

{CC6F4F24-6083-4BD4-8754-674D0DE87AB8}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.FileAsName

{F1A24AA7-9CA7-40F6-89EC-97DEF9FFE8DB}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.FirstName

{14977844-6B49-4AAD-A714-A4513BF60460}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.FullName

{635E9051-50A5-4BA2-B9DB-4ED056C77296}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.Gender

{3C8CEE58-D4F0-4CF9-B756-4E5D24447BCD}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.GenderValue

{3C8CEE58-D4F0-4CF9-B756-4E5D24447BCD}

101

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

   

System.Contact.Hobbies

{5DC2253F-5E11-4ADF-9CFE-910DD01E3E70}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Contact.HomeAddress

{98F98354-617A-46B8-8560-5B1B64BF1F89}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeAddressCity

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

65

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeAddressCountry

{08A65AA1-F4C9-43DD-9DDF-A33D8E7EAD85}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeAddressPostalCode

{8AFCC170-8A46-4B53-9EEE-90BAE7151E62}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeAddressPostOfficeBox

{7B9F6399-0A3F-4B12-89BD-4ADC51C918AF}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeAddressState

{C89A23D0-7D6D-4EB8-87D4-776A82D493E5}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeAddressStreet

{0ADEF160-DB3F-4308-9A21-06237B16FA2A}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeFaxNumber

{660E04D6-81AB-4977-A09F-82313113AB26}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.HomeTelephone

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

20

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.IMAddress

{D68DBD8A-3374-4B81-9972-3EC30682DB3D}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Contact.JA.CompanyNamePhonetic

{897B3694-FE9E-43E6-8066-260F590C0100}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.JA.FirstNamePhonetic

{897B3694-FE9E-43E6-8066-260F590C0100}

3

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.JA.LastNamePhonetic

{897B3694-FE9E-43E6-8066-260F590C0100}

4

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.JobTitle

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

6

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.Label

{97B0AD89-DF49-49CC-834E-660974FD755B}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.LastName

{8F367200-C270-457C-B1D4-E07C5BCD90C7}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.MailingAddress

{C0AC206A-827E-4650-95AE-77E2BB74FCC9}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.MiddleName

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

71

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.MobileTelephone

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

35

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.NickName

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

74

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.OfficeLocation

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

7

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddress

{508161FA-313B-43D5-83A1-C1ACCF68622C}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddressCity

{6E682923-7F7B-4F0C-A337-CFCA296687BF}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddressCountry

{8F167568-0AAE-4322-8ED9-6055B7B0E398}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddressPostalCode

{95C656C1-2ABF-4148-9ED3-9EC602E3B7CD}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddressPostOfficeBox

{8B26EA41-058F-43F6-AECC-4035681CE977}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddressState

{71B377D6-E570-425F-A170-809FAE73E54E}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.OtherAddressStreet

{FF962609-B7D6-4999-862D-95180D529AEA}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PagerTelephone

{D6304E01-F8F5-4F45-8B15-D024A6296789}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PersonalTitle

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

69

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryAddressCity

{C8EA94F0-A9E3-4969-A94B-9C62A95324E0}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryAddressCountry

{E53D799D-0F3F-466E-B2FF-74634A3CB7A4}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryAddressPostalCode

{18BBD425-ECFD-46EF-B612-7B4A6034EDA0}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryAddressPostOfficeBox

{DE5EF3C7-46E1-484E-9999-62C5308394C1}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryAddressState

{F1176DFE-7138-4640-8B4C-AE375DC70A6D}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryAddressStreet

{63C25B20-96BE-488F-8788-C09C407AD812}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.PrimaryEmailAddress

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

48

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.PrimaryTelephone

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

25

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.Profession

{7268AF55-1CE4-4F6E-A41F-B6E4EF10E4A9}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.SpouseName

{9D2408B6-3167-422B-82B0-F583B7A7CFE3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Contact.Suffix

{176DC63C-2688-4E89-8143-A347800F25E9}

73

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.TelexNumber

{C554493C-C1F7-40C1-A76C-EF8C0614003E}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.TTYTDDTelephone

{AAF16BAC-2B55-45E6-9F6D-415EB94910DF}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Contact.WebPage

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

18

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

4168

   

System.ContentStatus

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

27

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.ContentType

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

26

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.ContentUrl

{49691C90-7E17-101A-A91C-08002B2ECDA9}

10

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

4168

 

In the Open Search Provider, an item is usually made up of a link and some content. This represents the URL to the content.

System.Copyright

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

11

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.DateAccessed

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

16

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.DateAcquired

{2CBAA8F5-D81F-47CA-B17A-F8D822300131}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

The date the file entered the system via acquisition. This is not the same as System.DateImported. This would apply, for example, to transfer an image from a camera or to music purchase from an online site.

System.DateArchived

{43F8D7B7-A444-4F87-9383-52271C9B915C}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.DateCompleted

{72FAB781-ACDA-43E5-B155-B2434F85E678}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.DateCreated

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

15

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

The date and time the item was created. The WSS friendly name is 'create'.

System.DateImported

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

18258

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

The date the file is imported into a separate database. This is not the same as System.DateAcquired. (For example, 2003:05:22 13:55:04)

System.DateModified

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

14

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

The date and time of the last write to the item. The WSS friendly name is 'write'.

System.Document.ByteCount

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

4

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.CharacterCount

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

16

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.ClientID

{276D7BB0-5B34-4FB0-AA4B-158ED12A1809}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.Contributor

{F334115E-DA1B-4509-9B3D-119504DC7ABB}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Document.DateCreated

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

12

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

This property is stored in the document, not obtained from the file system.

System.Document.DatePrinted

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

11

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Document.DateSaved

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

13

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Document.Division

{1E005EE6-BF27-428B-B01C-79676ACD2870}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.DocumentID

{E08805C8-E395-40DF-80D2-54F0D6C43154}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.HiddenSlideCount

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

9

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.LastAuthor

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

8

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Document.LineCount

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

5

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.Manager

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

14

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.PageCount

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

14

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.ParagraphCount

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

6

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.PresentationFormat

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

3

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.RevisionNumber

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

9

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.SlideCount

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

7

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Document.TotalEditingTime

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

10

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt64

8

 

100ns units, not milliseconds. VT_FILETIME for IPropertySetStorage handlers (legacy)

System.Document.Version

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

29

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Document.WordCount

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

15

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.DRM.IsProtected

{AEAC19E4-89AE-4508-B9B7-BB867ABEE2ED}

2

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.DueDate

{3F8472B5-E0AF-4DB2-8071-C53FE76AE7CE}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.EndDate

{C75FAA05-96FD-49E7-9CB4-9F601082D553}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.FileAttributes

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

13

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

This is the WIN32_FIND_DATA dwFileAttributes for the file-based item.

System.FileDescription

{0CEF7D53-FA64-11D1-A203-0000F81FEDEE}

3

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

 

This is a user-friendly description of the file.

System.FileExtension

{E4F10A3C-49E6-405D-8288-A23BD4EEAA6C}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the file extension of the file-based item, including the leading period. If System.FileName is VT_EMPTY, then this property should be too. Otherwise, it should be derived appropriately by the data source from System.FileName. If System.FileName does not have a file extension, this value should be VT_EMPTY. To obtain the type of any item (including an item that is not a file), use System.ItemType.Example values: If the path is... The property value is... ----------------- ------------------------ "c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" ".txt" "\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" ".doc" "\\server\share\numbers.xls" ".xls" "\\server\share\folder" VT_EMPTY "c:\foo\MyFolder" VT_EMPTY [desktop] VT_EMPTY

System.FileFRN

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

21

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt64

8

 

This is the unique file ID, also known as the File Reference Number. For a given file, this is the same value as is found in the structure variable FILE_ID_BOTH_DIR_INFO.FileId, via GetFileInformationByHandleEx().

System.FileName

{41CF5AE0-F75A-4806-BD87-59C7D9248EB9}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the file name (including extension) of the file. It is possible that the item might not exist on a filesystem (that is, it may not be opened using CreateFile). Nonetheless, if the item is represented as a file from the logical sense (and its name follows standard Win32 file-naming syntax), then the data source should emit this property. If an item is not a file, then the value for this property is VT_EMPTY. SeeSystem.ItemNameDisplay. This has the same value as System.ParsingName for items that are provided by the Shell's file folder. Example values: if the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "hello.txt""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "goodnews.doc""\\server\share\numbers.xls" "numbers.xls""c:\foo\MyFolder" "MyFolder"(email message) VT_EMPTY(song on portable device) "song.wma"

System.FileOwner

{9B174B34-40FF-11D2-A27E-00C04FC30871}

4

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

 

This is the owner of the file, according to the file system.

System.FlagColor

{67DF94DE-0CA7-4D6F-B792-053A3E4F03CF}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

name="Purple" value="1" text="Purple"name="Orange" value="2" text="Orange"name="Green" value="3" text="Green" name="Yellow" value="4" text="Yellow"name="Blue" value="5" text="Blue" name="Red" value="6" text="Red"

System.FlagColorText

{45EAE747-8E2A-40AE-8CBF-CA52ABA6152A}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.FlagColor. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.FlagStatus

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

12

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

 

Status of Flag. Values: (0=none 1=white 2=Red).

System.FlagStatusText

{DC54FD2E-189D-4871-AA01-08C2F57A4ABC}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.FlagStatus. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.GPS.Date

{3602C812-0F3B-45F0-85AD-603468D69423}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

Date and time of the GPS record.

System.IconIndex

{5CBF2787-48CF-4208-B90E-EE5E5D420294}

26

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Identity

{A26F4AFC-7346-4299-BE47-EB1AE613139F}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Image.BitDepth

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

7

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Image.Compression

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

259

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

Indicates the image compression level. PropertyTagCompression.

System.Image.CompressionText

{3F08E66F-2F44-4BB9-A682-AC35D2562322}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Image.Compression. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Image.Dimensions

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

13

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Indicates the dimensions of the image.

System.Image.HorizontalResolution

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

5

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

   

System.Image.HorizontalSize

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

3

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Image.VerticalResolution

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

6

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

   

System.Image.VerticalSize

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

4

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Importance

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

11

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.ImportanceText

{A3B29791-7713-4E1D-BB40-17DB85F01831}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Importance. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.IsAttachment

{F23F425C-71A1-4FA8-922F-678EA4A60408}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Identifies this item as an attachment.

System.IsDeleted

{5CDA5FC8-33EE-4FF3-9094-AE7BD8868C4D}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.IsEncrypted

{90E5E14E-648B-4826-B2AA-ACAF790E3513}

10

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Holds a value indicating whether the item encrypted?

System.IsFlagged

{5DA84765-E3FF-4278-86B0-A27967FBDD03}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.IsFlaggedComplete

{A6F360D2-55F9-48DE-B909-620E090A647C}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.IsFolder

{09329B74-40A3-4C68-BF07-AF9A572F607C}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Set this to true if the item is a folder.

System.IsIncomplete

{346C8BD1-2E6A-4C45-89A4-61B78E8E700F}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Indicates whether the message was not completely received for some error condition.

System.IsRead

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

10

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Has the item been read?

System.ItemAuthors

{D0A04F0A-462A-48A4-BB2F-3706E88DBD7D}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

This is the generic list of authors associated with an item. For example, the artist name for a track is the item author.

System.ItemDate

{F7DB74B4-4287-4103-AFBA-F1B13DCD75CF}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

This is the main date for an item. The date of interest. For example, for photos this maps to System.Photo.DateTaken.

System.ItemFolderNameDisplay

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly display name of the parent folder of an item. If System.ItemFolderPathDisplay is VT_EMPTY, then this property should be too. Otherwise, it should be derived appropriately by the data source from System.ItemFolderPathDisplay. If the folder is a file folder, the value will be localized if a localized name is available .Example values: If the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "bar""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "mydir""\\server\share\numbers.xls" "share""c:\foo\MyFolder" "foo""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "Inbox"

System.ItemFolderPathDisplay

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

6

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the user-friendly display path of the parent folder of an item.If System.ItemPathDisplay is VT_EMPTY, then this property should be too. Otherwise, it shouldbe derived appropriately by the data source from System.ItemPathDisplay.Example values:If the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "c:\foo\bar""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "\\server\share\mydir""\\server\share\numbers.xls" "\\server\share""c:\foo\MyFolder" "c:\foo""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "/Mailbox Account/Inbox"

System.ItemFolderPathDisplayNarrow

{DABD30ED-0043-4789-A7F8-D013A4736622}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the user-friendly display path of the parent folder of an item. The format of the string should be tailored such that the folder name comes first, to optimize for a narrow viewing column. If the folder is a file folder, the value includes localized names if they are present. If System.ItemFolderPathDisplay is VT_EMPTY, then this property should be too. Otherwise, it should be derived appropriately by the data source from System.ItemFolderPathDisplay.Example values: ----------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "bar (c:\foo)""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "mydir (\\server\share)""\\server\share\numbers.xls" "share (\\server)""c:\foo\MyFolder" "foo (c:\)""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "Inbox (/Mailbox Account)"

System.ItemName

{6B8DA074-3B5C-43BC-886F-0A2CDCE00B6F}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the base-name of the System.ItemNameDisplay. If the item is a file this property includes the extension in all cases, and will be localized if a localized name is available. If the item is a message, then the value of this property does not include the forwarding or reply prefixes (see System.ItemNamePrefix).

System.ItemNameDisplay

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

10

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the display name in "most complete" form. This is the best effort unique representation of the name of an item that makes sense for end users to read. It is the concatenation of System.ItemNamePrefix and System.ItemName. If the item is a file this property includes the extension in all cases, and will be localized if a localized name is available. There are acceptable cases when System.FileName is not VT_EMPTY, yet the value of this property is completely different. Email messages are a key example. If the item is an email message, the item name is likely the subject. In that case, the value must be the concatenation of the System.ItemNamePrefix and System.ItemName. Since the value of System.ItemNamePrefix excludes any trailing whitespace, the concatenation must include whitespace when generating System.ItemNameDisplay. Note that this property is not guaranteed to be unique, but the idea is to promote the most likely candidate that can be unique and also makes sense for end users. For example, for documents, you might think about using System.Title as the System.ItemNameDisplay, but in practice the title of the documents may not be useful or unique enough to be of value as the sole System.ItemNameDisplay. Instead, providing the value of System.FileName as the value of System.ItemNameDisplay is a better candidate. In Windows Mail, the emails are stored in the file system as .eml files and the System.FileName for those files are not human-friendly as they contain GUIDs. In this example, promoting System.Subject as System.ItemNameDisplay makes more sense. Compatibility notes: Shell folder implementations on Vista: use PKEY_ItemNameDisplay for the name column when you want Explorer to call ISF::GetDisplayNameOf(SHGDN_NORMAL) to get the value of the name. Use another PKEY (like PKEY_ItemName) when you want Explorer to call either the folder's property store orISF2::GetDetailsEx in order to get the value of the name. Shell folder implementations on XP: the first column needs to be the name column, and Explorer will call ISF::GetDisplayNameOf to get the value of the name. The PKEY/SCID does not matter. Example values:File: "hello.txt"Message: "Re: Let's talk about Tom's argyle socks!"Device folder: "song.wma"Folder: "Documents"

System.ItemNamePrefix

{D7313FF1-A77A-401C-8C99-3DBDD68ADD36}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the prefix of an item, used for email messages where the subject begins with "Re:" which is the prefix. If the item is a file, then the value of this property is VT_EMPTY. If the item is a message, then the value of this property is the forwarding or reply prefixes (including delimiting colon, but no whitespace), or VT_EMPTY if there is no prefix. Example values: System.ItemNamePrefix System.ItemName System.ItemNameDisplay--------------------- ------------------- ----------------------VT_EMPTY "Great day" "Great day""Re:" "Great day" "Re: Great day""Fwd: " "Monthly budget" "Fwd: Monthly budget"VT_EMPTY "accounts.xls" "accounts.xls"

System.ItemParticipants

{D4D0AA16-9948-41A4-AA85-D97FF9646993}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

This is the generic list of people associated with an item and who contributed to the item. For example, this is the combination of people in the To list, Cc list and Sender of an email message.

System.ItemPathDisplay

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

7

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the user-friendly display path to the item. If the item is a file or folder this property includes the extension in all cases, and will be localized if a localized name is available. For other items, this is the user-friendly equivalent, assuming the item exists in hierarchical storage. Unlike System.ItemUrl, this property value does not include the URL scheme. To parse an item path, use System.ItemUrl or System.ParsingPath. To reference shell namespace items using shell APIs, use System.ParsingPath. Example values: If the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "c:\foo\bar\hello.txt""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc""\\server\share\numbers.xls" "\\server\share\numbers.xls""c:\foo\MyFolder" "c:\foo\MyFolder""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'"

System.ItemPathDisplayNarrow

{28636AA6-953D-11D2-B5D6-00C04FD918D0}

8

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the user-friendly display path to the item. The format of the string should be tailored such that the name comes first, to optimize for a narrow viewing column. If the item is a file, the value excludes the file extension, and includes localized names if they are present. If the item is a message, the value includes the System.ItemNamePrefix. To parse an item path, use System.ItemUrl or System.ParsingPath. Example values: If the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "hello (c:\foo\bar)""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "goodnews (\\server\share\mydir)""\\server\share\folder" "folder (\\server\share)""c:\foo\MyFolder" "MyFolder (c:\foo)""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "Re: Hello! (/Mailbox Account/Inbox)"

System.ItemType

{28636AA6-953D-11D2-B5D6-00C04FD918D0}

11

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the canonical type of the item and is intended to be programmatically parsed. If there is no canonical type, the value is VT_EMPTY. If the item is a file (that is, System.FileName is not VT_EMPTY), the value is the same as System.FileExtension. Use System.ItemTypeText when you want to display the type to end users in a view. (If the item is a file, passing the System.ItemType value to PSFormatForDisplay will result in the same value as System.ItemTypeText.) Example values: If the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" ".txt""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" ".doc""\\server\share\folder" "Directory""c:\foo\MyFolder" "Directory"[desktop] "Folder""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "MAPI/IPM.Message"

System.ItemTypeText

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

4

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user friendly type name of the item. This is not intended to be programmatically parsed. If System.ItemType is VT_EMPTY, the value of this property is also VT_EMPTY. If the item is a file, the value of this property is the same as if you passed thefile's System.ItemType value to PSFormatForDisplay.This property should not be confused with System.Kind, where System.Kind is a high-level user friendly kind name. For example, for a document, System.Kind = "Document" andSystem.Item.Type = ".doc" and System.Item.TypeText = "Microsoft Word Document" Example values: If the path is... The property value is...----------------- ------------------------"c:\foo\bar\hello.txt" "Text File""\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.doc" "Microsoft Word Document""\\server\share\folder" "File Folder""c:\foo\MyFolder" "File Folder""/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'" "Outlook E-mail Message"

System.ItemUrl

{49691C90-7E17-101A-A91C-08002B2ECDA9}

9

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

4168

 

This always represents a well formed URL that points to the item. To reference shell namespace items using shell APIs, use System.ParsingPath. Example values:Files: "file:///c:/foo/bar/hello.txt""csc://{GUID}/..."Messages: "mapi://..."

System.Journal.Contacts

{DEA7C82C-1D89-4A66-9427-A4E3DEBABCB1}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Journal.EntryType

{95BEB1FC-326D-4644-B396-CD3ED90E6DDF}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Keywords

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

5

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

The keywords for the item. Also referred to as tags.

System.Kind

{1E3EE840-BC2B-476C-8237-2ACD1A839B22}

3

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

System.Kind is used to map extensions to various .Search folders. Extensions are mapped to Kinds at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\KindMapThe list of kinds is not extensible. "Calendar" "Communication" "Contact" "Document" "Email" "Feed" "Folder" "Game" "InstantMessage" "Journal" "Link" "Movie" "Music" "Note" "Picture" "Program" "RecordedTV" "SearchFolder" "Task" "Video" "WebHistory"

System.KindText

{F04BEF95-C585-4197-A2B7-DF46FDC9EE6D}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Kind. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Language

{D5CDD502-2E9C-101B-9397-08002B2CF9AE}

28

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Link.TargetExtension

{7A7D76F4-B630-4BD7-95FF-37CC51A975C9}

2

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

TRUE

The file extension of the link target. See System.File.Extension

System.Link.TargetParsingPath

{B9B4B3FC-2B51-4A42-B5D8-324146AFCF25}

2

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

This is the shell namespace path to the target of the link item. This path may be passed toSHParseDisplayName to parse the path to the correct shell folder. If the target item is a file, the value is identical to System.ItemPathDisplay. If the target item cannot be accessed through the shell namespace, this value is VT_EMPTY.

System.Link.TargetSFGAOFlags

{B9B4B3FC-2B51-4A42-B5D8-324146AFCF25}

8

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

IShellFolder::GetAttributesOf flags for the target of a link, with SFGAO_PKEYSFGAOMASK attributes masked out.

System.Link.TargetSFGAOFlagsStrings

{D6942081-D53B-443D-AD47-5E059D9CD27A}

3

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

TRUE

Expresses the SFGAO flags of a link as string values and is used as a query optimization. See PKEY_Shell_SFGAOFlagsStrings for possible values of this.

System.Link.TargetUrl

{5CBF2787-48CF-4208-B90E-EE5E5D420294}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

4168

   

System.Media.AverageLevel

{09EDD5B6-B301-43C5-9990-D00302EFFD46}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Media.ClassPrimaryID

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

13

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.ClassSecondaryID

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

14

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.CollectionGroupID

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

24

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.CollectionID

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

25

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.ContentDistributor

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

18

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.ContentID

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

26

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.CreatorApplication

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

27

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.CreatorApplicationVersion

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

28

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.DateEncoded

{2E4B640D-5019-46D8-8881-55414CC5CAA0}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

DateTime is in UTC (in the doc, not file system).

System.Media.DateReleased

{DE41CC29-6971-4290-B472-F59F2E2F31E2}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.Duration

{64440490-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

3

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt64

8

 

100ns units, not milliseconds

System.Media.DVDID

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

15

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.EncodedBy

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

36

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.FrameCount

{6444048F-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

12

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the frame count for the image.

System.Media.MCDI

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

16

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.MetadataContentProvider

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

17

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.Producer

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

22

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Media.ProtectionType

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

38

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

If media is protected, how is it protected?

System.Media.ProviderRating

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

39

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Rating (0 - 99) supplied by metadata provider

System.Media.ProviderStyle

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

40

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Style of music or video, supplied by metadata provider

System.Media.Publisher

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

30

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.SubscriptionContentId

{9AEBAE7A-9644-487D-A92C-657585ED751A}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.SubTitle

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

38

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.UniqueFileIdentifier

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

35

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Media.UserNoAutoInfo

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

41

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

If true, do NOT alter this file's metadata. Set by user.

System.Media.UserWebUrl

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

34

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

4168

   

System.Media.Writer

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

23

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Media.Year

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

5

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Message.AttachmentContents

{3143BF7C-80A8-4854-8880-E2E40189BDD0}

100

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

   

System.Message.AttachmentNames

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

21

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

The names of the attachments in a message

System.Message.BccAddress

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Lists the addresses in the Bcc: field

System.Message.BccName

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

3

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Lists the names in the Bcc: field

System.Message.CcAddress

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

4

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Lists the addresses in the Cc: field

System.Message.CcName

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

5

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Indicates the names listed in the Cc: field

System.Message.ConversationID

{DC8F80BD-AF1E-4289-85B6-3DFC1B493992}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Message.ConversationIndex

{DC8F80BD-AF1E-4289-85B6-3DFC1B493992}

101

FALSE

TRUE

 

Buffer

1024

   

System.Message.DateReceived

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

20

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

Date and Time communication was received.

System.Message.DateSent

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

19

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

Date and Time communication was sent.

System.Message.Flags

{A82D9EE7-CA67-4312-965E-226BCEA85023}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

 

These are flags associated with email messages to know if a read receipt is pending, etc. The values stored here by Outlook are defined for PR_MESSAGE_FLAGS on MSDN.

System.Message.FromAddress

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

13

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Message.FromName

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

14

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Specifies the address in the from field as a person's name.

System.Message.HasAttachments

{9C1FCF74-2D97-41BA-B4AE-CB2E3661A6E4}

8

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.Message.IsFwdOrReply

{9A9BC088-4F6D-469E-9919-E705412040F9}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

   

System.Message.MessageClass

{CD9ED458-08CE-418F-A70E-F912C7BB9C5C}

103

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Describes what type of Outlook message this is (meeting, task, mail, etc.)

System.Message.ProofInProgress

{9098F33C-9A7D-48A8-8DE5-2E1227A64E91}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

This property will be true if the message junk email proofing is still in progress.

System.Message.SenderAddress

{0BE1C8E7-1981-4676-AE14-FDD78F05A6E7}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Message.SenderName

{0DA41CFA-D224-4A18-AE2F-596158DB4B3A}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Message.Store

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

15

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

The store (aka protocol handler) FILE, MAIL, OUTLOOKEXPRESS

System.Message.ToAddress

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

16

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Addresses in To: field

System.Message.ToDoFlags

{1F856A9F-6900-4ABA-9505-2D5F1B4D66CB}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Int32

4

 

Flags associated with a message flagged to know if it's still active, if it was custom flagged, etc.

System.Message.ToDoTitle

{BCCC8A3C-8CEF-42E5-9B1C-C69079398BC7}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Message.ToName

{E3E0584C-B788-4A5A-BB20-7F5A44C9ACDD}

17

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

Person names in To: field

System.MileageInformation

{FDF84370-031A-4ADD-9E91-0D775F1C6605}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.MIMEType

{0B63E350-9CCC-11D0-BCDB-00805FCCCE04}

5

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

The MIME type. Eg, for EML files: 'message/rfc822'.

System.Music.AlbumArtist

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

13

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.Music.AlbumID

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

2048

 

Concatenation of System.Music.AlbumArtist and System.Music.AlbumTitle, suitable for indexing and display. Used to differentiate albums with the same title from different artists.

System.Music.AlbumTitle

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

4

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.Artist

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Music.BeatsPerMinute

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

35

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.Composer

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

19

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Music.Conductor

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

36

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Music.ContentGroupDescription

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

33

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.DisplayArtist

{FD122953-FA93-4EF7-92C3-04C946B2F7C8}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

 

This property returns the best representation of Album Artist for a given music file based upon AlbumArtist, ContributingArtist and compilation info.

System.Music.Genre

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

11

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

 

System.Music.InitialKey

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

34

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.IsCompilation

{C449D5CB-9EA4-4809-82E8-AF9D59DED6D1}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

 

Indicates whether the file is part of a compilation.

System.Music.Lyrics

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

12

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.Mood

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

39

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.PartOfSet

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

37

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.Period

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

31

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Music.TrackNumber

{56A3372E-CE9C-11D2-9F0E-006097C686F6}

7

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

   

System.Note.Color

{4776CAFA-BCE4-4CB1-A23E-265E76D8EB11}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

name="Blue" value="0"name="Green" value="1"name="Pink" value="2"name="Yellow" value="3"name="White" value="4"name="LightGreen" value="5"

System.Note.ColorText

{46B4E8DE-CDB2-440D-885C-1658EB65B914}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Note.Color. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.OriginalFileName

{0CEF7D53-FA64-11D1-A203-0000F81FEDEE}

6

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

   

System.ParentalRating

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

21

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.ParentalRatingReason

{10984E0A-F9F2-4321-B7EF-BAF195AF4319}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.ParsingName

{28636AA6-953D-11D2-B5D6-00C04FD918D0}

24

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

The shell namespace name of an item relative to a parent folder. This name may be passed to IShellFolder::ParseDisplayName() of the parent shell folder.

System.Photo.Aperture

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37378

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

PropertyTagExifAperture. Calculated from PKEY_Photo_ApertureNumerator and PKEY_Photo_ApertureDenominator

System.Photo.CameraManufacturer

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

271

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Photo.CameraModel

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

272

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Photo.ContrastText

{59DDE9F2-5253-40EA-9A8B-479E96C6249A}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.Contrast. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Photo.DateTaken

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

36867

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Photo.DigitalZoom

{F85BF840-A925-4BC2-B0C4-8E36B598679E}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_DigitalZoomNumerator and PKEY_Photo_DigitalZoomDenominator

System.Photo.Event

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

18248

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

The event at which the photo was taken.

System.Photo.ExposureBias

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37380

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_ExposureBiasNumerator and PKEY_Photo_ExposureBiasDenominator

System.Photo.ExposureProgram

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

34850

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

name="Unknown" value="0" text="Unknown" name="Manual" value="1" text="Manual" name="Normal" value="2" text="Normal" name="Aperture" value="3" text="Aperture Priority" name="Shutter" value="4" text="Shutter Priority" name="Creative" value="5" text="Creative Program (biased toward depth of field)" name="Action" value="6" text="Action Program (biased toward shutter speed)" name="Portrait" value="7" text="Portrait Mode" name="Landscape" value="8" text="Landscape Mode"

System.Photo.ExposureProgramText

{FEC690B7-5F30-4646-AE47-4CAAFBA884A3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.ExposureProgram. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Photo.ExposureTime

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

33434

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_ExposureTimeNumerator and PKEY_Photo_ExposureTimeDenominator

System.Photo.Flash

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37385

FALSE

TRUE

 

Byte

1

 

name="NoFlash" value="0" text="No flash" name="Flash" value="1" text="Flash" name="FlashNoReturnLight" value="5" text="Flash, no strobe return" name="FlashReturnLight" value="7" text="Flash, strobe return" name="FlashCompulsory" value="9" text="Flash, compulsory" name="FlashCompulsoryNoReturnLight" value="13" text="Flash, compulsory, no strobe return" name="FlashCompulsoryReturnLight" value="15" text="Flash, compulsory, strobe return" name="NoFlashCompulsory" value="16" text="No flash, compulsory" name="NoFlashAuto" value="24" text="No flash, auto" name="FlashAuto" value="25" text="Flash, auto" name="FlashAutoNoReturnLight" value="29" text="Flash, auto, no strobe return" name="FlashAutoReturnLight" value="31" text="Flash, auto, strobe return" name="NoFlashFunction" value="32" text="No flash function" name="FlashRedEye" value="65" text="Flash, red-eye" name="FlashRedEyeNoReturnLight" value="69" text="Flash, red-eye, no strobe return" name="FlashRedEyeReturnLight" value="71" text="Flash, red-eye, strobe return" name="FlashCompulsoryRedEye" value="73" text="Flash, compulsory, red-eye" name="FlashCompulsoryRedEyeNoReturnLight" value="77" text="Flash, compulsory, red-eye, no strobe return"name="FlashCompulsoryRedEyeReturnLight" value="79" text="Flash, compulsory, red-eye, strobe return" name="FlashAutoRedEye" value="89" text="Flash, auto, red-eye" name="FlashAutoRedEyeNoReturnLight" value="93" text="Flash, auto, no strobe return, red-eye" name="FlashAutoRedEyeReturnLight" value="95" text="Flash, auto, strobe return, red-eye"

System.Photo.FlashFired

{2D152B40-CA39-40DB-B2CC-573725B2FEC5}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.Photo.FlashText

{6B8B68F6-200B-47EA-8D25-D8050F57339F}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.Flash. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Photo.FNumber

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

33437

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_FNumberNumerator and PKEY_Photo_FNumberDenominator

System.Photo.FocalLength

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37386

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_FocalLengthNumerator and PKEY_Photo_FocalLengthDenominator

System.Photo.FocalLengthInFilm

{A0E74609-B84D-4F49-B860-462BD9971F98}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

   

System.Photo.GainControlText

{C06238B2-0BF9-4279-A723-25856715CB9D}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.GainControl. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Photo.ISOSpeed

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

34855

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

   

System.Photo.LightSource

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37384

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

name="Unknown" value="0" text="Unknown" name="Daylight" value="1" text="Daylight" name="Fluorescent" value="2" text="Fluorescent" name="Tungsten" value="3" text="Tungsten" name="StandardA" value="17" text="Standard Illuminant A"name="StandardB" value="18" text="Standard Illuminant B"name="StandardC" value="19" text="Standard Illuminant C"name="D55" value="20" text="D55" name="D65" value="21" text="D65" name="D75" value="22" text="D75"

System.Photo.MaxAperture

{08F6D7C2-E3F2-44FC-AF1E-5AA5C81A2D3E}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_MaxApertureNumerator and PKEY_Photo_MaxApertureDenominator

System.Photo.MeteringMode

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37383

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

name="Unknown" value="0" text="Unknown" name="Average" value="1" text="Average" name="Center" value="2" text="Center Weighted Average" name="Spot" value="3" text="Spot" name="MultiSpot" value="4" text="Multi Spot" name="Pattern" value="5" text="Pattern" name="Partial" value="6" text="Partial"

System.Photo.MeteringModeText

{F628FD8C-7BA8-465A-A65B-C5AA79263A9E}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.MeteringMode. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Photo.Orientation

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

274

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

This is the image orientation viewed in terms of rows and columns.name="Normal" value="1" text="Normal" name="FlipHorizontal" value="2" text="Flip horizontal" name="Rotate180" value="3" text="Rotate 180 degrees"name="FlipVertical" value="4" text="Flip vertical" name="Transpose" value="5" text="Transpose" name="Rotate270" value="6" text="Rotate 270 degrees"name="Transverse" value="7" text="Transverse" name="Rotate90" value="8" text="Rotate 90 degrees"

System.Photo.OrientationText

{A9EA193C-C511-498A-A06B-58E2776DCC28}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.Orientation. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Photo.PeopleNames

{E8309B6E-084C-49B4-B1FC-90A80331B638}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

TRUE

The people tags on an image.

System.Photo.PhotometricInterpretationText

{821437D6-9EAB-4765-A589-3B1CBBD22A61}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.PhotometricInterpretation. Not intended to be parsed programmatically. name="RGB" value="2" text="RGB" name="YCbCr" value="6" text="YCbCr"

System.Photo.ProgramModeText

{7FE3AA27-2648-42F3-89B0-454E5CB150C3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.ProgramMode. Not intended to be parsed programmatically. name="NotDefined" value="0" text="Not defined" name="Manual" value="1" text="Manual" name="Normal" value="2" text="Normal program" name="Aperture" value="3" text="Aperture priorityname="Shutter" value="4" text="Shutter priority"name="Creative" value="5" text="Creative program"name="Action" value="6" text="Action program" name="Portrait" value="7" text="Portrait" name="Landscape" value="8" text="Landscape"

System.Photo.SaturationText

{61478C08-B600-4A84-BBE4-E99C45F0A072}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.Saturation. Not intended to be parsed programmatically. name="Normal" value="0" text="Normal" name="Low" value="1" text="Low saturation" name="High" value="2" text="High saturation"

System.Photo.SharpnessText

{51EC3F47-DD50-421D-8769-334F50424B1E}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.Sharpness. Not intended to be parsed programmatically. name="Normal" value="0" text="Normal"name="Soft" value="1" text="Soft" name="Hard" value="2" text="Hard"

System.Photo.ShutterSpeed

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37377

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_ShutterSpeedNumerator and PKEY_Photo_ShutterSpeedDenominator

System.Photo.SubjectDistance

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

37382

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

Calculated from PKEY_Photo_SubjectDistanceNumerator and PKEY_Photo_SubjectDistanceDenominator

System.Photo.TagViewAggregate

{B812F15D-C2D8-4BBF-BACD-79744346113F}

100

TRUE

TRUE

l

String

512

TRUE

A read-only aggregation of tag-like properties for use in building views.

System.Photo.WhiteBalance

{EE3D3D8A-5381-4CFA-B13B-AAF66B5F4EC9}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the white balance mode set when the image was shot. name="Auto" value="0" text="Auto" name="Manual" value="1" text="Manual"

System.Photo.WhiteBalanceText

{6336B95E-C7A7-426D-86FD-7AE3D39C84B4}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Photo.WhiteBalance. Not intended to be parsed programmatically. name="Low" value="0" text="Low" name="Normal" value="1" text="Normal"name="High" value="2" text="High"

System.Priority

{9C1FCF74-2D97-41BA-B4AE-CB2E3661A6E4}

5

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

name="Low" value="0" text="Low" name="Normal" value="1" text="Normal"name="High" value="2" text="High"

System.PriorityText

{D98BE98B-B86B-4095-BF52-9D23B2E0A752}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Priority. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.Project

{39A7F922-477C-48DE-8BC8-B28441E342E3}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.ProviderItemID

{F21D9941-81F0-471A-ADEE-4E74B49217ED}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Rating

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

9

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the users preference rating of an item on a scale of 1-99 (1-12 = One Star, 13-37 = Two Stars, 38-62 = Three Stars, 63-87 = Four Stars, 88-99 = Five Stars).

System.RatingText

{90197CA7-FD8F-4E8C-9DA3-B57E1E609295}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Rating. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.RecordedTV.ChannelNumber

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

7

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Example: 42

System.RecordedTV.DateContentExpires

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

15

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.RecordedTV.EpisodeName

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Example: "Nowhere to Hyde"

System.RecordedTV.IsATSCContent

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

16

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.RecordedTV.IsClosedCaptioningAvailable

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

12

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.RecordedTV.IsDTVContent

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

17

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.RecordedTV.IsHDContent

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

18

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.RecordedTV.IsRepeatBroadcast

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

13

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.RecordedTV.IsSAP

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

14

FALSE

TRUE

 

Boolean

2

   

System.RecordedTV.NetworkAffiliation

{2C53C813-FB63-4E22-A1AB-0B331CA1E273}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.RecordedTV.OriginalBroadcastDate

{4684FE97-8765-4842-9C13-F006447B178C}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.RecordedTV.ProgramDescription

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

3

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

2048

   

System.RecordedTV.RecordingTime

{A5477F61-7A82-4ECA-9DDE-98B69B2479B3}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.RecordedTV.StationCallSign

{6D748DE2-8D38-4CC3-AC60-F009B057C557}

5

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Example: "TOONP"

System.RecordedTV.StationName

{1B5439E7-EBA1-4AF8-BDD7-7AF1D4549493}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.SDID

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

LEGACY

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Internal MSSearch Security Descriptor ID

System.Search.AccessCount

{0B63E350-9CCC-11D0-BCDB-00805FCCCE04}

9

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

The number of times that the Windows Search Gatherer process pushed properties of this document to the Windows Search Gatherer Plugins.

System.Search.AutoSummary

{560C36C0-503A-11CF-BAA1-00004C752A9A}

2

FALSE

TRUE

NotIndexed

String

2048

 

General Summary of the document.

System.Search.ContainerHash

{BCEEE283-35DF-4D53-826A-F36A3EEFC6BE}

100

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

 

Hash code used to identify attachments to be deleted based on a common container URL.

System.Search.Contents

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

19

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

 

The contents of the item. This property is for query restrictions only; it cannot be retrieved in a query result. The WSS friendly name is 'contents'.

System.Search.EntryID

{49691C90-7E17-101A-A91C-08002B2ECDA9}

5

FALSE

TRUE

NotIndexed

Int32

4

 

The entry ID for an item within a given catalog in the Windows Search Index. This value may be recycled, and therefore is not considered unique over time.

System.Search.GatherTime

{0B63E350-9CCC-11D0-BCDB-00805FCCCE04}

8

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

 

The Datetime that the Windows Search Gatherer process last pushed properties of this document to the Windows Search Gatherer Plugins.

System.Search.HitCount

{49691C90-7E17-101A-A91C-08002B2ECDA9}

4

FALSE

TRUE

NotIndexed

Int32

4

 

When using CONTAINS over the Windows Search Index, this is the number of matches of the term. If there are multiple CONTAINS, an AND computes the min number of hits and an OR the max number of hits.

System.Search.LastIndexedTotalTime

{0B63E350-9CCC-11D0-BCDB-00805FCCCE04}

11

FALSE

TRUE

 

Double

8

 

The total time in seconds taken to index this document the last time it was indexed.

System.Search.Rank

{49691C90-7E17-101A-A91C-08002B2ECDA9}

3

FALSE

TRUE

NotIndexed

Int32

4

 

Relevance rank of row. Ranges from 0-1000. Larger numbers = better matches. Query-time only.

System.Search.ReverseFileName

{49691C90-7E17-101A-A91C-08002B2ECDA9}

8

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

 

Reverse of the FileName from Query propset.

System.Search.Store

{A06992B3-8CAF-4ED7-A547-B259E32AC9FC}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

The identifier for the protocol handler that produced this item. (E.g. MAPI, CSC, FILE etc.)

System.Sensitivity

{F8D3F6AC-4874-42CB-BE59-AB454B30716A}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt16

2

 

name="Normal" value="0" text="Normal" name="Personal" value="1" text="Personal" name="Private" value="2" text="Private" name="Confidential" value="3" text="Confidential"

System.SensitivityText

{D0C7F054-3F72-4725-8527-129A577CB269}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

This is the user-friendly form of System.Sensitivity. Not intended to be parsed programmatically.

System.SFGAOFlags

{28636AA6-953D-11D2-B5D6-00C04FD918D0}

25

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

IShellFolder::GetAttributesOf flags, with SFGAO_PKEYSFGAOMASK attributes masked out.

System.Shell.OmitFromView

{DE35258C-C695-4CBC-B982-38B0AD24CED0}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Set this to a string value of 'True' to omit this item from shell views

System.Shell.SFGAOFlagsStrings

{D6942081-D53B-443D-AD47-5E059D9CD27A}

2

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

TRUE

Expresses the SFGAO flags as string values and is used as a query optimization.name="FileSys" value="filesys" name="FileSysAncestor" value="fileanc" name="StorageAncestor" value="storageanc"name="Stream" value="stream" name="Link" value="link" name="Hidden" value="hidden" name="Superhidden" value="superhiddenname="Folder" value="folder" name="NonEnumerated" value="nonenum" name="Browsable" value="browsable"

System.Size

{B725F130-47EF-101A-A5F1-02608C9EEBAC}

12

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt64

8

 

name="Empty" minValue="0" setValue="0" text="Empty (0 KB)" name="Tiny" minValue="1" setValue="1" text="Tiny (0 - 10 KB)" dname="Small" minValue="10241" setValue="10241" text="Small (10 - 100 KB)" name="Medium" minValue="102401" setValue="102401" text="Medium (100 KB - 1 MB)"name="Large" minValue="1048577" setValue="1048577" text="Large (1 - 16 MB)" name="Huge" minValue="16777217" setValue="16777217" text="Huge (16 - 128 MB)" name="Gigantic" minValue="134217729" setValue="134217729" text="Gigantic (>128 MB)"

System.Software.DateLastUsed

{841E4F90-FF59-4D16-8947-E81BBFFAB36D}

16

TRUE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Software.ProductName

{0CEF7D53-FA64-11D1-A203-0000F81FEDEE}

7

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

   

System.Software.ProductVersion

{0CEF7D53-FA64-11D1-A203-0000F81FEDEE}

8

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

   

System.SoftwareUsed

{14B81DA1-0135-4D31-96D9-6CBFC9671A99}

305

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.SourceItem

{668CDFA5-7A1B-4323-AE4B-E527393A1D81}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.StartDate

{48FD6EC8-8A12-4CDF-A03E-4EC5A511EDDE}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

DateTime

8

   

System.Status

{000214A1-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}

9

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Subject

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

3

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

   

System.Task.BillingInformation

{D37D52C6-261C-4303-82B3-08B926AC6F12}

100

TRUE

FALSE

 

String

512

   

System.Task.CompletionStatus

{084D8A0A-E6D5-40DE-BF1F-C8820E7C877C}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

   

System.Task.Owner

{08C7CC5F-60F2-4494-AD75-55E3E0B5ADD0}

100

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

   

System.ThumbnailCacheId

{446D16B1-8DAD-4870-A748-402EA43D788C}

100

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt64

8

 

Unique value that can be used as a key to cache thumbnails. The value changes when the name, volume, or data modified of an item changes.

System.Title

{F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

520

   

System.Video.Compression

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

10

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Indicates the level of compression for the video stream. "Compression".

System.Video.Director

{64440492-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

20

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

256

TRUE

 

System.Video.EncodingBitrate

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

8

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the data rate in "bits per second" for the video stream. "DataRate".

System.Video.FourCC

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

44

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the 4CC for the video stream.

System.Video.FrameHeight

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

4

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the frame height for the video stream.

System.Video.FrameRate

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

6

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the frame rate in "frames per millisecond" for the video stream.

System.Video.FrameWidth

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

3

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the frame width for the video stream.

System.Video.HorizontalAspectRatio

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

42

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the horizontal portion of the aspect ratio. The X portion of XX:YY, like 16:9.

System.Video.SampleSize

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

9

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the sample size in bits for the video stream. "SampleSize".

System.Video.StreamName

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

2

TRUE

TRUE

 

String

512

 

Indicates the name for the video stream.

System.Video.TotalBitrate

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

43

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the total data rate in "bits per second" for all video and audio streams.

System.Video.VerticalAspectRatio

{64440491-4C8B-11D1-8B70-080036B11A03}

45

FALSE

TRUE

 

UInt32

4

 

Indicates the vertical portion of the aspect ratio. The Y portion of XX:YY.

 
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