AddressEntry Object

AddressEntry Object

Exchange Server 2003

Topic Last Modified: 2004-06-09

The AddressEntry object defines addressing information valid for a given messaging system. An address usually represents a person or process to which the messaging system can deliver messages.

Specified in type library:

CDO.DLL

First available in:

CDO Library version 1.0.a

Parent objects:

AddressEntries collection Recipient

Child objects:

Fields collection

Default property:

Name

When an AddressEntry object is used as a child object of a Recipient object, it represents a copy of valid addressing information that is obtained from the address book during a call to the Recipient object's Resolve method. When you obtain the AddressEntry object in this context, you should not modify its properties.

Name

Available since version

Type

Access

Address

1.0.a

String

Read/write

Application

1.0.a

String

Read-only

Class

1.0.a

Long

Read-only

DisplayType

1.0.a

Long

Read-only

Fields

1.0.a

Field object or Fields collection object

Read-only

ID

1.0.a

String

Read-only

Manager

1.1

AddressEntry object

Read-only

MAPIOBJECT

1.1

IUnknown object

Read/write (Note: Not available to Visual Basic applications)

Members

1.1

AddressEntries collection object

Read-only

Name

1.0.a

String

Read/write

Parent

1.0.a

AddressEntries collection object or Recipient object

Read-only

Session

1.0.a

Session object

Read-only

Type

1.0.a

String

Read/write

Name

Available since version

Parameters

Delete

1.0.a

(none)

Details

1.0.a

(optional) parentWindow as Long

GetFreeBusy

1.2

StartTime as Variant, EndTime as Variant, Interval as Long

IsSameAs

1.1

(required) objAddrEntry2 as Object

Update

1.0.a

(optional) makePermanent as Boolean, (optional) refreshObject as Boolean

An AddressEntry object can be rendered into HTML hypertext using the CDO Rendering ObjectRenderer object. To specify this, set the object renderer's DataSource property to the AddressEntry object itself. The individual properties that can be rendered with the RenderProperty method are indicated in the AddressEntry object property descriptions.

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