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The TreeView control contains a RootNode object and the RootNodes collection. The following topics describe the properties and methods for the RootNode interface.
A root node is a URL to a virtual directory in the Exchange store, such as a URL to mailbox stores or public folders. A new public folder tree must be configured as a virtual directory using the Exchange System Manager. Example URLs are shown in the following table.
|Root node example URL||Description|
|http://servername/public||The URL to the default public folder tree, used by MAPI clients as installed by Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003|
|http://servername/exchange/username||The URL to a private mailbox|
|http://servername/pft_1||The URL to a new public folder tree|
|http://servername/pft_2||The URL to a new public folder tree|
You can ascertain URLs, the display name, and authentication information from a RootNode object. Each root node can have its own authorization information.
|AuthorizationNotRequired Property||Boolean||Specifies whether or not authorization is required to access a root node.|
|DisplayName Property||String||Specifies the display name of the root node.|
|Count Property||Long||Specifies the number of Node objects in the collection. Read-only.|
|Item Property||IBodyPart||Specifies the BodyPart object that is specified by the index. Read-only.|
|NewEnum Property||IEnumVARIANT||Specifies an IEnumVARIANT interface on an Enumeration object for the collection. This property is hidden from Microsoft Visual Basic® and Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript).|
|Password Property||String||Specifies the password to access to the root node.|
|URL Property||String||Specifies the URL of the root node.|
|UserName Property||String||Specifies the user name to access to the root node.|
|Add Method||Adds a root node to the
Warning This method is for future use and is not currently implemented. Instead, use the EXTV AddRootNode Method.