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what is the difference between ipm.post and ipm.appointment

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when creating a public folder we need to have it show up as a calander that allows users to save dates for conference room appointments.
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Hi, abvi-goodwill.

IPM.Post is a message post, i.e. the item type referred to by the icon of a yellow piece of paper with a blue thumbtack.  IPM.Appointment is an appointment, an entry on a calendar.  When creating a folder, public or otherwise, there's a pull-down menu labeled "Folder contains" where you choose the type of items that'll go in this folder.  For a calendar you want "Calendar Items".
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