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ResolveNames

Topic Last Modified: 2008-06-27

The ResolveNames element defines a request to resolve ambiguous names.


<ResolveNames ReturnFullContactData="" SearchScope="">
   <ParentFolderIds/>
   <UnresolvedEntry/>
</ResolveNames>

ResolveNamesType

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

Attribute Description

ReturnFullContactData

Describes whether the full contact details for public contacts for a resolved name are returned in the response. This attribute is required for public contacts. This value does not affect private contacts and private distribution lists, for which ItemId is always returned.

SearchScope

Identifies the order and scope for a ResolveNames search.

ReturnFullContactData Attribute Values

Value Description

True

Full contact details for public contacts are returned.

False

Full contact details for public contacts are not returned.

SearchScope Attribute Values

Value Description

ActiveDirectory

Only the Active Directory directory service is searched.

ActiveDirectoryContacts

Active Directory is searched first, and then the contact folders that are specified in the ParentFolderIds property are searched.

Contacts

Only the contact folders that are identified by the ParentFolderIds property are searched.

ContactsActiveDirectory

Contact folders that are identified by the ParentFolderIds property are searched first and then Active Directory is searched.

Child Elements

Element Description

ParentFolderIds

Contains an array of contact folder identifiers that would be searched if the SearchScope attribute is set to ActiveDirectoryContacts, Contacts, or ContactsActiveDirectory. The ParentFolderIds array can only contain a single contact folder identifier. If the ParentFolderIds element is not present, the default Contacts folder is searched.

The folder identifier can be used for delegate access.

Active Directory searches are performed by using access control lists (ACLs)so that some users may not have the rights to see some Active Directory objects.

This element is optional.

UnresolvedEntry

Contains the name of a contact or distribution list to resolve.

Parent Elements

None.

The schema that describes this element is located in the EWS virtual directory of the computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed.

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages

Schema name

Messages schema

Validation file

Messages.xsd

Can be empty

False

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