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What is the difference between RecipientType and RecipientTypeDetails

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What is the difference between RecipientType and RecipientTypeDetails, In exchange 2013?

Some Mailboxes in 2013 are showing as
RecipientType
UserMailbox

RecipientTypeDetails
RoomMailbox


Thanks in advance

Matt
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RecipientType = the type of mail enabled item it is and the RecipientTypeDetails = the details about the item (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb201680%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx).

So basically when you create an item, you create a mail enabled object.. or Recipient. The Details for that Recipient Type are listed under that attribute.
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Answer was clear and concise. Thanks for the clarification
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