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PidTagPstConfigurationFlags Canonical Property

Last modified: July 23, 2011

Applies to: Outlook

Specfies configuration flags for a personal storage table (.pst file).

Associated properties:

PR_PST_CONFIG_FLAGS

Identifier:

0x6770

Data type:

PT_LONG

Area:

Personal storage table (.pst) internal

The following are valid values for this property:

PST_CONFIG_UNICODE

Indicates a Unicode .pst file.

#define PST_CONFIG_UNICODE 0x80000000

PST_CONFIG_CREATE_NOWARN

When set from the client flags to the IMsgServiceAdmin::ConfigureMsgService method, treats ConfigureMsgService like a IMsgServiceAdmin::CreateMsgService call and skips the "This information service has not been configured" warning.

#define PST_CONFIG_CREATE_NOWARN 0x00000001

PST_CONFIG_PRESERVE_DISPLAY_NAME

Tells ConfigureMsgService to not change the value of the PR_DISPLAY_NAME (PidTagDisplayName) property, even though it was supplied. In that case, it was supplied only for new .pst files.

#define PST_CONFIG_PRESERVE_DISPLAY_NAME 0x00000002

OST_CONFIG_POLICY_DELAY_IGNORE_OST

Tells the configuration code to first display a dialog box to confirm whether an Offline Folder (.ost) file was found and, depending on the user's response, either use the found Offline Folder or enable the user to browse for another Offline Folder.

#define OST_CONFIG_POLICY_DELAY_IGNORE_OST 0x00000008

OST_CONFIG_CREATE_NEW_DEFAULT

Copies the .ost file with a new unique name and discards the current name. The existing .ost file remains on the computer but is no longer used in this profile. This typically occurs when Microsoft Outlook no longer permits a particular .ost file, and registry policies do not allow the user to rename the file.

#define OST_CONFIG_CREATE_NEW_DEFAULT_OST 0x00000010

Protocol Specifications

[MS-OXPROPS]

Provides references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.

Header Files

Mapidefs.h

Provides data type definitions.

Mapitags.h

Contains definitions of properties listed as associated properties.

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