The enumeration identifies the status states of a response.
Assembly: EWS (in EWS.dll)
|Indicates that the request was successfully processed.|
|Indicates that an unusual situation was encountered during the processing of the request and the request may not have been processed successfully.|
A warning may be returned if an error occurred while an item in the request was processing and subsequent items could not be processed.
The following are examples of sources of warnings: the Exchange store went offline during the batch, the Active Directory directory service went offline, mailboxes were moved, the message database (MDB) went offline, a password is expired, a quota was exceeded.
Information about the warning can be found in the ResponseCodeType enumeration.
|Indicates that the request could not be processed. |
The following are examples of sources of errors: invalid attributes or elements, attributes or elements that are out of range, unknown tag, attribute or element is not valid in the context, any client attempt to set the error logging level to a value that is greater than the maximum level that is permitted by the administrator, any client attempt to set the severity failure level to a value that is less than the default level that is specified by the administrator, any unauthorized access attempt by any client, any server-side failure in response to a valid client-side call.
Information about the error can be found in the ResponseCodeType enumeration.