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CDO for NTS Objects, Properties, and Methods

Exchange Server 2003

Topic Last Modified: 2004-06-09

This reference contains property and method information for the CDO for NTS Library objects.

The following table summarizes each object's properties and methods.

Object

Available since version

Properties

Methods

AddressEntry

1.2

Address, Application, Class, Name, Parent, Session, Type

(none)

Attachment

1.2

Application, Class, ContentBase, ContentID, ContentLocation, Name, Parent, Session, Source, Type

Delete, ReadFromFile, WriteToFile

Attachments collection

1.2

Application, Class, Count, Item, Parent, Session

Add, Delete

Folder

1.2

Application, Class, Messages, Name, Parent, Session

(none)

Message

1.2

Application, Attachments, Class, ContentBase, ContentID, ContentLocation, HTMLText, Importance, MessageFormat, Parent, Recipients, Sender, Session, Size, Subject, Text, TimeReceived, TimeSent

Delete, Send

Messages

1.2

Application, Class, Count, Item, Parent, Session

Add, Delete, GetFirst, GetLast, GetNext, GetPrevious

NewMail

1.2

Bcc, Body, BodyFormat, Cc, ContentBase, ContentLocation, From, Importance, MailFormat, Subject, To, Value, Version

AttachFile, AttachURL, Send, SetLocaleIDs

Recipient

1.2

Address, Application, Class, Name, Parent, Session, Type

Delete

Recipients collection

1.2

Application, Class, Count, Item, Parent, Session

Add, Delete

Session

1.2

Application, Class, Inbox, MessageFormat, Name, Outbox, Parent, Session, Version

GetDefaultFolder, Logoff, LogonSMTP, SetLocaleIDs

This reference is organized by object. For each object there is a summary topic, followed by reference documentation for each property or method that belongs to the object. The properties and methods are organized alphabetically.

Each property or method topic in the reference displays a Group button following the topic title. Clicking this button displays the summary topic for the object to which the property or method belongs. The summary topic includes tables of the object's properties and methods.

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