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Use this form to provide information about the selected object.
To see all fields on the form, click the disclosure triangles.


Icon
The icon that represents this object.
To change the icon, click it, then click the new icon in the popup list. To see a fuller list of icons, Control-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac) the icon.
object type and size
Objects with a type of File are uploaded files. They can't be viewed directly, but can be downloaded to your computer.
For containers, this area also displays whether they are originals or links (aliases).
Name
The name of the object.
In the case of a message, this is originally the sender or recipient.
Subject
A description of the object.
Category
Any category that is useful to you.
You can organize objects by category in list view (as we have done in our help).
Keywords
Keywords that describe the object. Separate each keyword with a space.
FirstClass can search for keywords without having to search content. This speeds up searches.
In addition, you can display keywords in list view.
Where
The path to the object.
For containers, this is the path to the original.
Creator
Who created the object.
Created
When the object was created.
Modified
When the object was last changed.
Expires
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When the object will expire and be deleted.
Expiry period
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The length of time before the object will expire:
Default
The number of days defined by your administrator as the default expiry period.
Other
If you choose this, fill in "Days left" to specify the expiry period.
Days left
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The number of days in the expiry period:
If you are defining an expiry period
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The number of days you want as an expiry period.
For existing objects
The number of days left before the object expires.
If the object will never expire, this field is blank.
The value Expired means that the object will be deleted in the next trash collection, as scheduled by your administrator.
Character set
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The character set used when the object was created.
Model action
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The model action for this container:
Default
For items with known names used for specific server actions (for example, Contacts, Voice Greetings, My Web Page), a new container of the specified type is created on each user's Desktop.
For public conferences, a membership is added to the conference.
For folders, a link is added to the original folder.
When an object is removed from the model Desktop, the membership or link is removed. When a known name is removed from the model Desktop, no action is taken as users will have content in these containers.
Link
Creates a membership for conferences and calendars, or a link for folders.
When a linked object is removed from the model Desktop, the membership or link is removed.
Copy
Creates a copy of the container and all subcontainers on the model Desktop.
See Personalizing users' Desktops for information about this feature.
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Must be used with Subtype.
New
Creates a new container on the model Desktop.
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Must be used with Subtype.
Ignore
The item is ignored for modeling. This is useful if you have a conference that you no longer want to model to new users' Desktops, but that you want to to remain active for existing users.
Subtype
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Use only if Copy or New were chosen at "Model action".
Choose the type of system folder this object should be.
View
Where the object will be displayed:
Default
Places the object in the default location for that type of object (for example, a message goes in the lower pane).
Upper
Places the object in the upper pane.
Lower
Places the object in the lower pane.
Toolbar
Makes the object a button on the toolbar.
Hidden
Hides the object from view.
Res ID
The resource ID of the icon.
This is another way to change the icon.
Icon position
The icon position when the pane is in an icon view:
Horizontal
The number of pixels from the left side of the window pane to the object.
Vertical
The number of pixels from the top of the window pane to the object.
Unapproved
Makes the object unapproved.
Unread
Whether you have read this object.
For containers, this indicates whether the container has items that you haven't read.
Auto open
Makes the object open automatically if it is unread (or contains unread items).
Auto open is triggered by someone opening the container in which this object is located.
Protected
Prevents the object from being moved to a different container or deleted. Objects are still subject to expiry. You can change the object. In the case of a container, you can add objects inside it.
Read only
Prevents the object from being changed. You can move or delete the object. In the case of a container, you can't add objects inside it.
Icon position locked
Keeps the object from being moved within the container.
Unsent
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Whether this object has been sent.
Stationery
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Turns the object into personal stationery, which serves as a template for new messages.

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