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Get Extended Property from Google Contact using .Net Library

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Craig LambieFlag for Australia asked on
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Hi Experts,

I am using this code to retrieve a list of contacts from Google Contacts
 public Feed<Contact> GetContacts()
        {
            //Provide Login Information
            RequestSettings rsLoginInfo = new RequestSettings("", Constants.GoogleAc.Username, Constants.GoogleAc.Password);
            rsLoginInfo.AutoPaging = true;

            // Fetch contacts and dislay them in ListBox
            cr = new ContactsRequest(rsLoginInfo);
            Feed<Contact> feedContacts = cr.GetContacts();

            return feedContacts;

        } //GetContacts

And I can successfully look up a lot of info, but I have created a custom field in my address book, and want to retrieve it.  I can't work out how to access the Extended Properties?
Any ideas?
foreach (Contact ct in cts.Entries)
            {
                ContactDetails Ctct = new ContactDetails();
                Ctct.FirstName = ct.Name.GivenName;
                Ctct.LastName = ct.Name.FamilyName;
                Ctct.Email = ct.PrimaryEmail.Value;
                Ctct.Mobile = ct.PrimaryPhonenumber.Value;
                Ctct.TwitterName = ct.ExtendedProperties ***????
}
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