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PidTagReceivedRepresentingName Canonical Property

Last modified: January 16, 2009

Applies to: Office 2010 | Outlook 2010 | Visual Studio

Contains the display name for the messaging user who is represented by the receiving user.

Associated properties:




Data type:




These properties are examples of the address properties for the messaging user who is being represented by the receiving user. They must be set by the incoming transport provider, which is also responsible for authorization or verification of the delegate. If no messaging user is being represented, these properties should be set to the display name contained in the PR_RECEIVED_BY_NAME (PidTagReceivedByName) property.

A client application replying to a message received on behalf of another client should copy these properties from the received message into the PR_SENT_REPRESENTING_NAME (PidTagSentRepresentingName) property for the reply.

Protocol Specifications


Provides references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.


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


Handles the order and flow for data transfers between a client and server.


Converts between IETF RFC2445, RFC2446, and RFC2447, and appointment and meeting objects.


Specifies methods for connecting to and configuring mailboxes as delegates, and interactions with message and calendar objects when they act on behalf of another user.


Encodes and decodes message and attachment objects to an efficient stream representation.

Header Files


Provides data type definitions.


Contains definitions of properties listed as associated properties.

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