2.2.9.6 PidTagWlinkFlags Property

Type: PtypInteger32 ([MS-OXCDATA] section 2.11.1)

The PidTagWlinkFlags property ([MS-OXPROPS] section 2.1058) is a bit field in which each bit SHOULD be set to 1 if the associated condition in the following table applies and to 0 otherwise. The possible bit values are as follows.

Value

Flag name

Meaning

0x00000001

sipPublicFolder

Shortcut points to a server public folder.

0x00000004

sipImapFolder

Shortcut points to a folder that is accessed via the Internet Message Access Protocol - Version 4 (IMAP4).

0x00000008

sipWebDavFolder

Shortcut points to a folder that is accessed via the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning Protocol (WebDAV).

0x00000010

sipSharePointFolder

Shortcut points to a folder that is accessed via a SharePoint folder.

0x00000020

sipRootFolder

Shortcut points to a Root folder (interpersonal messaging subtree).

0x00000100

sipSharedOut

Shortcut points to a folder that has been shared with other users. This value can be used to display a visual indicator and does not set any permissions.

0x00000200

sipSharedIn

Shortcut points to a folder that is owned by another user. This value can be used to display a visual indicator and does not set any permissions.

0x00000400

sipPersonFolder

Shortcut points to a folder that belongs to another user.

0x00000800

sipiCal

Shortcut points to a folder that accesses data from an iCalendar data source (see [MS-OXCICAL]).

0x00001000

sipOverlay

Shortcut points to a Calendar folder. The contents of the Calendar folder, if displayed with other calendars, are merged into one calendar and the ordering determined by the PidTagWlinkOrdinal property (section 2.2.9.7). Merging is purely a display; no objects are created or moved between folders.

0x00002000

sipOneOffName

Shortcut has been renamed such that the value of the PidTagNormalizedSubject property (section 2.2.9.2) of the shortcut does not match the value of the PidTagNormalizedSubject property of the folder, or the shortcut is a group header and has been renamed from the default value.

All bits not specified in the above table are reserved. They MUST be ignored, but if set, they are to be preserved.

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