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Attributes for Exchange 5.5 Mailboxes : Folder-Pathname


This is an attribute for the name/address of an OWA server which is responsible for displaying special meeting requests or specific forms.


Folder-Pathname


LDAP name Folder-Pathname
Data Type Unicode String (max 1024)
Multivalue (Array) No
Heuristic 12 => Replicated between sites, Operational Attribute
Access Category

Admin Access Only

Ex55 Database name Folder-Pathname


This OWA server entry is important when users connect exclusively over POP3 or IMAP4 to their mailboxes. If a meeting request or a mail with a specific HTML form is sent to such a user, Exchange just sends a mail with a URL link. With this URL the user can access an OWA website where he can read the specific content.


Folder-Pathname is an operational attribute which is not automatically retrieved by a GetObject() or an GetInfo() call. You can load such attributes into the object property cache by explicitly calling GetInfoEx(). Read more about this technique in the topic 'Reading object attributes' here in the SelfADSI tutorial.


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