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Exchange Server 2003

Topic Last Modified: 2004-06-09

PAB

See personal address book.

parent folder

A folder that is the parent object of another folder, which is the parent folder’s child folder.

parent object

An object from which another object is derived. The derived object is a child object.

pattern

An object specifying rendering information for a particular set of values of a property on an object being rendered. CDO applications can access a pattern using the Pattern object.

PDL

See private distribution list.

personal address book

(PAB) A modifiable address book container that holds recipient entries either created by the messaging user or copied from other address book containers such as a global address list. See alsoglobal address list.

personal folder

A folder held outside of the mailbox of a messaging user, in which the user can store selected messages. A messaging user’s personal folders are normally held in the user’s personal message store.

personal view

A predefined table view defined individually for a particular messaging user.

personal Web server

A Web server that does not use IIS. Because it does not require a Windows server, a personal Web server can run on a Windows workstation.

private distribution list

(PDL) A distribution list that exists only in a personal address book belonging to one messaging user. A private distribution list can contain individual messaging users, distribution lists, and other private distribution lists. However, a PDL does not have an e-mail address. For more information, see the DisplayType property of the AddressEntry object.

profile

Configuration information about the set of message services for a session. Profiles are created from information stored in the MAPI configuration file, MAPISVC.INF. A profile indicates which address books and message stores are accessible to the messaging user that is logging on, as well as the messaging user’s own display name and addressing information.

property

A data attribute exposed by an object. A property represents data that is held inside the object and is inaccessible from outside except through the object’s defined interface. An object may permit read/write access to some of its properties and read-only access to others.

public folder

A folder held outside of the mailboxes of all the messaging users on a message store, in which any connected user can post selected messages. A public folder can be used as a bulletin board or online forum.

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