Published: July 16, 2012
Applies to: Exchange 2013 | Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2007 | Exchange Server 2010
The Items element contains an array of items.
<Items> <Item/> <Message/> <CalendarItem/> <Contact/> <DistributionList/> <MeetingMessage/> <MeetingRequest/> <MeetingResponse/> <MeetingCancellation/> <Task/> </Items>
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
Represents an item in the Exchange store.
Represents an Exchange e-mail message.
Represents an Exchange calendar item.
Represents an Exchange contact item.
Represents a distribution list.
Represents a meeting message in the Exchange store.
Represents a meeting request in the Exchange store.
Represents a meeting response in the Exchange store.
Represents a meeting cancellation in the Exchange store.
Represents a task in the Exchange store.
Contains the status and result of a CopyItem operation request.
Contains the status and result of a single CreateItem operation request.
Contains the status and result of a GetItem operation request.
Represents a collection of items that are the result of a grouped FindItem operation call.
Contains the status and result of a MoveItem operation request.
Contains the results of a search of a single root folder during a FindItem operation.
Contains the status and result of an UpdateItem operation request.
Message elements represent e-mail messages and all other items that are not strongly typed by the Exchange Web Services (EWS) schema. Items such as IPM.Sharing and IPM.InfoPath are returned as Message elements. Exchange 2010 does not return the base Item element in responses.
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