AirSync namespace of the ActiveSync protocol
Aspose.Email (in Aspose.Email.dll) Version: 21.3
Public Enumeration AirSync
public enum class AirSync
The Sync element is a required element in Sync command requests and responses that identifies the body of the HTTP POST as containing a Sync command (section 220.127.116.11). It is the top-level element in the XML stream.
Contains responses to operations that are processed by the server.
Creates a new object in a collection on the client or on the server.
Modifies properties of an existing object on the client device or the server.
Deletes an object on the client device or the server. The object is identified by its ServerId element.
Used to request the application data of an item that was truncated in a synchronization response from the server.
Contains a value that is used by the server to mark the synchronization state of a collection.
Contains a unique identifier (typically an integer) that is generated by the client to temporarily identify a new object that is being created by using the Add element.
It represents a unique identifier that is assigned by the server to each object that can be synchronized.
Indicates the reason for the failure of a command request.
Contains commands and options that apply to a particular collection.
Identifies the class of the item being added to the collection.
Specifies the server ID of the folder to be synchronized.
Requests that the server include in its response any pending changes to the collection that is specified by the ServerId element (section 18.104.22.168.6).
Indicates there are more changes than the number that are requested in the WindowSize element (section 22.214.171.124).
Specifies a maximum number of changed items in a collection or a request that SHOULD be included in the synchronization response.
Contains operations that apply to a collection.
Contains elements that control certain aspects of how the synchronization is performed.
Specifies an optional time window for the objects that are sent from the server to the client. It applies to email and calendar collections.
Specifies how to resolve the conflict that occurs when an object has been changed on both the client and the server.
Serves as a container for the Collection element.
Contains data for a particular object, such as a contact, email message, calendar appointment, or task item.
Can be used to change items, add items, or fetch items on the client device or server.
Indicates that any deleted items SHOULD be moved to the Deleted Items folder.
Specifies which contact and calendar elements in a Sync request are managed by the client.
Deletes an object from the client when it falls outside the FilterType (section 126.96.36.199.2) results or it is no longer included as part of the SyncOptions (section 188.8.131.52.5) instructions.
Enables MIME support for email items that are sent from the server to the client.
Specifies whether the MIME data of the email item SHOULD be truncated when it is sent from the server to the client.
Specifies the number of minutes that the server SHOULD delay a response if no new items are added to the included folders, as specified in section 184.108.40.206.
Specifies either the maximum number of collections that can be synchronized or the maximum/minimum value that is allowed for the Wait interval (section 220.127.116.11) or HeartbeatInterval interval (section 18.104.22.168.2).
Indicates to the server that the client sent a partial list of collections,
in which case the server obtains the rest of the collections from its cache.
Specifies whether to include items that are included within the conversation modality within the results of the Sync response.
Specifies the maximum number of recipients (that is, the top N most frequently used recipients) to keep synchronized from within the recipient information cache.
Specifies the number of seconds that the server SHOULD delay a response if no new items are added to the included folders, as specified in section 22.214.171.124.