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UnresolvedEntry

Last modified: August 29, 2013

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 | Exchange Server 2010

The UnresolvedEntry element contains the name of a contact or distribution list to resolve.

ResolveNames
  UnresolvedEntry

<UnresolvedEntry/>

NonEmptyStringType

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

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

None.

Parent Elements

Element

Description

ResolveNames

Defines a request to resolve ambiguous names.

The text value represents the name of a public contact or distribution list. The minimum length of the string is one character.

The text value of this element is used to resolve names against the following fields:

  • First name

  • Last name

  • Display name

  • Full name

  • Office

  • Alias

  • SMTP address

Email addresses with prefixed routing types, such as smtp or sip, are saved in a multivalue array. The ResolveNames Operation performs a partial match against each value of that array when you add the routing type at the beginning of the unresolved name, such as "sip:User1@Contoso.com". If you don’t specify a routing type, the ResolveNames operation will default to the routing type of smtp, match it to a primary SMTP address property, and not search the multivalue array.

The schema that describes this element is located in the IIS virtual directory that hosts Exchange Web Services of the Client Access server.

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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