Business Contact Object
|Outlook Developer Reference|
|Business Contact Object|
Version Added: Outlook 2007
RequirementsBusiness Contact Manager with Outlook
Business Contact records organize information about Business Contacts. A Business Contact can exist as a standalone record, or as a record nested within an Account object. You can add an Opportunity, Business Project, or communication history items—Appointment, Business Note, E-Mail Message, File, Phone Log, and Task—to a Business Contact record. You cannot programmatically copy Outlook contacts into Business Contact Manager for Outlook.
By using the Outlook object model, you can programmatically:
- Create a new Business Contact.
- Select an existing Business Contact.
- Edit Business Contact properties.
- Link or unlink Business Contacts to an Account.
- Delete a Business Contact.
The Business Contacts folder contains Business Contact records.
The following C# and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) examples show how to create a new object instance of type IPM.Contact.BCM.Contact.
|Visual Basic for Applications|
User Properties (Business Contact Manager only)
Active, Area of Interest, Created By, CreationTime, Do Not Call, Do Not E-Mail, Do Not Fax, Do Not Send Letter, LastModificationTime, Lead, Modified By, Parent Entity EntryID, ParentDisplayName, Payment Status, Preferred Method of Contact, Rating, Referred Entry Id, Source of Lead
For more information, see the Outlook 2007 Developer Reference by going to the MSDN Office Developer Center Web site.