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StopTime Property

Exchange Server 2003

StopTime Property

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The StopTime property indicates the stop time, formatted as 0000dd-hhmm00:000000. The StopTime property is read-only.

Applies To

The StopTime property is a member of the Exchange_ScheduleInterval Class.

Instance Path

The StopTime property appears on instances of the \\COMPUTERNAME\ROOT\MicrosoftExchangeV2:Exchange_ScheduleInterval class.

MOF Syntax

[] datetime StopTime;


This property has no qualifiers.


The StartTime must be before the StopTime property. This is verified by comparing the numeric values of the StartTime and StopTime properties. To allow intervals that include midnight on Sundays, the day Sunday can be represented as either "00" or "07". For example, to represent the time period between 11:00 PM on Saturday and midnight on Sunday, set StartTime to 000006-230000:000000 and StopTime to 000007-000000:000000.

For replication schedule periods that extend from Saturday into Sunday, split the period into two Exchange_ScheduleInterval instances. For example, to represent the time period from Saturday at 10:30 PM to Sunday at 2:30 AM, use two Exchange_ScheduleInterval instances. The first extends until midnight: StartTime = 000006-223000:000000, StopTime = 000007-000000:000000. The second starts at midnight Sunday and lasts until 2:30 AM Sunday morning: StartTime = 000000-000000:000000, StopTime = 000000-023000:000000.