Published: July 16, 2012
Applies to: Exchange 2013 | Exchange Online | Office 365
The ConversationAction element contains a single action to be applied to a single conversation.
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
Contains the action to perform on the conversation specified by the ConversationId element. This element must be present.
Contains the identifier of the conversation that will have the action specified by the Action (ConversationActionTypeType) element applied to items in the conversation. This element must be present.
Indicates the folder that is targeted for actions that use folders. This element must be present when copying, deleting, moving, and setting read state on conversation items in a target folder.
Contains the date and time that a conversation was last synchronized. This element must be present when trying to delete all items in a conversation that were received up to the specified time.
Indicates whether the response is sent as soon as the action starts processing on the server or whether the response is sent after the action has completed. This element must be present for the response to be sent asynchronous to the requested action.
Indicates the destination folder for copy and move actions.
Contains a collection of strings that identify the categories to which items in a conversation belong.
Specifies a flag that enables deletion for all new items in a conversation.
Indicates whether a message has been read.
Indicates how items in a conversation are deleted.
Contains a collection of conversations and the actions to apply to them.
Always categorize the conversation.
Always delete the conversation.
Always move the conversation.
Delete the conversation.
Move the conversation.
Copy the conversation.
Set the read state of the conversation.
Set the retention policy for the conversation.