Defines the type of free/busy information that is returned by a GetUserAvailability operation.
Assembly: Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices (in Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.dll)
|Represents no free/busy information.|
|Represents an aggregated free/busy stream. In cross-forest scenarios in which the target user in one forest does not have an Availability service configured, the Availability service of the requester retrieves the target user’s free/busy information from the free/busy public folder. Because public folders only store free/busy information in merged form, is the only available information.|
|Represents the legacy status information: free, busy, tentative, and Out of Office (OOF). This also includes the start/end times of the appointments. This view is richer than the legacy free/busy view because individual meeting start and end times are provided instead of an aggregated free/busy stream.|
|Represents all the properties in with a stream of merged free/busy availability information.|
|Represents the legacy status information: free, busy, tentative, and OOF; the start/end times of the appointments; and various properties of the appointment such as subject, location, and importance. This requested view will return the maximum amount of information for which the requesting user is privileged. If merged free/busy information only is available, as with requesting information for users in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 forest, will be returned. Otherwise, or will be returned.|
|Represents all the properties in with a stream of merged free/busy availability information. If only merged free/busy information is available, for example if the mailbox exists on a computer that is running Exchange 2003, will be returned. Otherwise, or will be returned.|