Displayname of User Property

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escamoteur

Hi,

in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and to the folder.

Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the view of the folder my user property is listes with the property

name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.

Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not that's not god for localization.

Best

Tom
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however, use the

ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within a

particular view that is displaying that field.

Sue Mosher

"escamoteur" wrote:


> Hi,

> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and to the folder.
> Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the view of the folder my user property is listes with the property
> name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.

> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not that's not god for localization.

> Best
> Tom
>
 
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escamoteur

I already was fearing that :-(

Can I prevent the user to create his own Views for a folder and selecting fields as new columns? Because then the original field

name would be visible.

Best

Tom

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" <SueMosherMVP> schrieb im Newsbeitrag

news:B2891E50-A083-4F16-8C8D-DE3E179A3626@microsoft.com...
> No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however, use the
> ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within a
> particular view that is displaying that field.
> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "escamoteur" wrote:
>
> > Hi,
>

>> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and to the folder.
> > Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the view of the folder my user property is listes with the
> > property
> > name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.
>

>> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not that's not god for localization.
>

>> Best
> > Tom
> >
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

I don't know any way to prevent the user from getting to the field chooser

just in a single folder.

Sue Mosher

"escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message

news:E1F7DED2-BBC4-47F4-82BE-685739629CB0@microsoft.com...
> I already was fearing that :-(

> Can I prevent the user to create his own Views for a folder and selecting
> fields as new columns? Because then the original field name would be
> visible.

> Best
> Tom

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <SueMosherMVP> schrieb im
> Newsbeitrag news:B2891E50-A083-4F16-8C8D-DE3E179A3626@microsoft.com...
> > No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however, use
> > the
> > ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within a
> > particular view that is displaying that field.



>

>> "escamoteur" wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >
>>> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and
> >> to the folder.
> >> Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the
> >> view of the folder my user property is listes with the property
> >> name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.
> >
>>> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not that's
> >> not god for localization.
> >
>>> Best
> >> Tom
> >>

>
 
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escamoteur

But is it possible to allow only one specific view for a folder?

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" <suemvp@turtleflock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:OfUhNMNIKHA.1376@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> I don't know any way to prevent the user from getting to the field chooser
> just in a single folder.

> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message
> news:E1F7DED2-BBC4-47F4-82BE-685739629CB0@microsoft.com...
> >I already was fearing that :-(
>

>> Can I prevent the user to create his own Views for a folder and selecting
> > fields as new columns? Because then the original field name would be
> > visible.
>

>> Best
> > Tom
>

>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <SueMosherMVP> schrieb im
> > Newsbeitrag news:B2891E50-A083-4F16-8C8D-DE3E179A3626@microsoft.com...
> >> No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however, use
> >> the
> >> ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within a
> >> particular view that is displaying that field.

>
> >
>>> "escamoteur" wrote:
> >
>>>> Hi,
> >>
>>>> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and
> >>> to the folder.
> >>> Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the
> >>> view of the folder my user property is listes with the property
> >>> name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.
> >>
>>>> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not that's
> >>> not god for localization.
> >>
>>>> Best
> >>> Tom
> >>>

> >


>
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

In a folder in the Public Folders hierarchy on an Exchange server, you can

restrict a folder to only views created for that folder, but that won't stop

a user from modifying that view for the current session.

Sue Mosher

"escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message

news:892CF27E-6886-44BB-B8EB-D4C3C2FA5EA8@microsoft.com...
> But is it possible to allow only one specific view for a folder?

> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <suemvp@turtleflock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:OfUhNMNIKHA.1376@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> >I don't know any way to prevent the user from getting to the field chooser
> >just in a single folder.
>

>> "escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message
> > news:E1F7DED2-BBC4-47F4-82BE-685739629CB0@microsoft.com...
> >>I already was fearing that :-(
> >
>>> Can I prevent the user to create his own Views for a folder and
> >> selecting fields as new columns? Because then the original field name
> >> would be visible.
> >
>>> Best
> >> Tom
> >
>>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <SueMosherMVP> schrieb im
> >> Newsbeitrag news:B2891E50-A083-4F16-8C8D-DE3E179A3626@microsoft.com...
> >>> No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however, use
> >>> the
> >>> ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within a
> >>> particular view that is displaying that field.

> >
> >>
>>>> "escamoteur" wrote:
> >>
>>>>> Hi,
> >>>
>>>>> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and
> >>>> to the folder.
> >>>> Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the
> >>>> view of the folder my user property is listes with the property
> >>>> name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.
> >>>
>>>>> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not
> >>>> that's not god for localization.
 
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escamoteur

Is this not possible for PST based folders?

Best

Tom

"Sue Mosher [MVP]" <suemvp@turtleflock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:%23MQOw7NIKHA.2516@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> In a folder in the Public Folders hierarchy on an Exchange server, you can
> restrict a folder to only views created for that folder, but that won't stop
> a user from modifying that view for the current session.

> > Sue Mosher
> > >

> "escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message
> news:892CF27E-6886-44BB-B8EB-D4C3C2FA5EA8@microsoft.com...
> > But is it possible to allow only one specific view for a folder?
>

>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <suemvp@turtleflock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> > news:OfUhNMNIKHA.1376@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> >>I don't know any way to prevent the user from getting to the field chooser
> >>just in a single folder.
> >
>>> "escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message
> >> news:E1F7DED2-BBC4-47F4-82BE-685739629CB0@microsoft.com...
> >>>I already was fearing that :-(
> >>
>>>> Can I prevent the user to create his own Views for a folder and
> >>> selecting fields as new columns? Because then the original field name
> >>> would be visible.
> >>
>>>> Best
> >>> Tom
> >>
>>>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <SueMosherMVP> schrieb im
> >>> Newsbeitrag news:B2891E50-A083-4F16-8C8D-DE3E179A3626@microsoft.com...
> >>>> No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however, use
> >>>> the
> >>>> ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within a
> >>>> particular view that is displaying that field.
> >
>>>>
>>>>> "escamoteur" wrote:
> >>>
>>>>>> Hi,
> >>>>
>>>>>> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item and
> >>>>> to the folder.
> >>>>> Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the
> >>>>> view of the folder my user property is listes with the property
> >>>>> name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as title.
> >>>>
>>>>>> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not
> >>>>> that's not god for localization.


>
 
S

Sue Mosher [MVP]

No, because a user is always the owner of a folder in a .pst file, with full

rights to create new views in it.

Sue Mosher

"escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message

news:37599F4D-44EE-467D-8507-693DD4814DA9@microsoft.com...
> Is this not possible for PST based folders?
> Best
> Tom
> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <suemvp@turtleflock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:%23MQOw7NIKHA.2516@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> > In a folder in the Public Folders hierarchy on an Exchange server, you
> > can restrict a folder to only views created for that folder, but that
> > won't stop a user from modifying that view for the current session.
>

>> "escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message
> > news:892CF27E-6886-44BB-B8EB-D4C3C2FA5EA8@microsoft.com...
> >> But is it possible to allow only one specific view for a folder?
> >
>>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <suemvp@turtleflock.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> >> news:OfUhNMNIKHA.1376@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> >>>I don't know any way to prevent the user from getting to the field
> >>>chooser just in a single folder.
> >>
>>>> "escamoteur" <mail@burkharts.net> wrote in message
> >>> news:E1F7DED2-BBC4-47F4-82BE-685739629CB0@microsoft.com...
> >>>>I already was fearing that :-(
> >>>
>>>>> Can I prevent the user to create his own Views for a folder and
> >>>> selecting fields as new columns? Because then the original field name
> >>>> would be visible.
> >>>
>>>>> Best
> >>>> Tom
> >>>
>>>>> "Sue Mosher [MVP]" <SueMosherMVP> schrieb im
> >>>> Newsbeitrag news:B2891E50-A083-4F16-8C8D-DE3E179A3626@microsoft.com...
> >>>>> No, custom properties do not have display names. You can, however,
> >>>>> use the
> >>>>> ViewField.ColumnFormat.Label property to set the display name within
> >>>>> a
> >>>>> particular view that is displaying that field.
> >>
>>>>>
>>>>>> "escamoteur" wrote:
> >>>>
>>>>>>> Hi,
> >>>>>
>>>>>>> in Outlook 2007 I now managed it to add user properties to my item
> >>>>>> and to the folder.
> >>>>>> Now I was a bit disappointed to see that in the Field chooser of the
> >>>>>> view of the folder my user property is listes with the property
> >>>>>> name and that the new Column in the view also has this name as
> >>>>>> title.
> >>>>>
>>>>>>> Don't Userproperties have a display name that can be set?? If not
> >>>>>> that's not god for localization.

> >
 
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