AirSyncBase namespace of the ActiveSync protocol
Aspose.Email (in Aspose.Email.dll) Version: 20.2
Public Enumeration AirSyncBase
public enum class AirSyncBase
A collection of elements that sets the preference information related to the type and size of information that is returned from searching, synchronizing, or fetching.
The preferred format type of the body content of the item.
Specifies the size, in bytes, of the content that the client wants to search, synchronize, or fetch.
Specifies whether to search, synchronize, or retrieve all or none of the content based on the TruncationSize element.
A collection of elements that specifies a free-form, variable-length data field associated with a stored item on the server.
The body of the calendar item, contact, document, e-mail, or task.
An informational estimate of the size of the data associated with the item's Body element.
Specifies whether the body of the item has been truncated according to the BodyPartPreference element indicated by the client.
A collection of elements that contains one or more attachment items.
Specifies the attachment information for a single attachment item.
The display name of the attachment.
A unique identifier that is assigned by the server to each attachment to a message.
Identifies the method in which the attachment was attached.
Contains the unique object ID for an attachment.
Contains the relative URI for an attachment, which is used to match a reference to an inline attachment in an HTML message to the attachment in the attachments table.
Specifies whether the attachment is embedded in the message.
The original format type of the item.
Type of the content
The preferred length of the message preview to be returned to the client.
A collection of elements that sets the preference information related to the type and size of information that is returned from searching, synchronizing, or fetching a BodyPart.
A collection of elements that contains the message part of the body of an e-mail.
The status of the Data element within the BodyPart response.