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PidTagDisplayTo Canonical Property

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Contains a list of the display names of the primary (To) message recipients, separated by semicolons (;).

Associated properties:

PR_DISPLAY_TO, PR_DISPLAY_TO_A, PR_DISPLAY_TO_W

Identifier:

0x0E04

Data type:

PT_STRING8, PT_UNICODE

Area:

Message

The message store computes these properties on message objects by using the IMessage::ModifyRecipients method. The message store also maintains these properties so that it always reflects the last saved state of a message. The value is synchronized at the time of every call to the IMAPIProp::SaveChanges method.

If a message has no primary recipients, the message store should respond to an IMAPIProp::GetProps call with a return value of S_OK and an empty string for PR_DISPLAY_TO.

Because of the possible need for localization, MAPI provides these guidelines for all recipient names:

  • All names should be able to be localized.

  • The semicolon should be the character that is used to separate names in the PR_DISPLAY_BCC (PidTagDisplayBcc), PR_DISPLAY_CC (PidTagDisplayCc), and PR_DISPLAY_TO properties. Semicolons are not permitted within recipient names in MAPI.

  • Clients should translate each semicolon encountered in the PR_DISPLAY_TO and related properties to a localized separator character before making the information visible in the user interface.

  • When forwarding messages, clients do not need to translate the separator characters on the primary recipient line.

Protocol Specifications

[MS-OXOMSG]

Specifies the properties and operations that are permissible for e-mail message objects.

Header Files

Mapidefs.h

Provides data type definitions.

Mapitags.h

Contains definitions of properties listed as alternate names.

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