PidTagAdditionalRenEntryIdsEx Canonical Property
Contains special folder entry IDs for a store object. Each entry in this multi-valued property can be mapped to one or more entry IDs (that is, there is a one-to-many relationship between an entry and its associated entry IDs).
If this property is used, it contains an array of blocks that specifies the entry IDs for the folders. The blocks follow the format specified by the next four tables.
Type identifier value for this PersistData entry. See the "PersistBlockType Values" table for a list of valid values.
Size, in bytes, of the DataElements field.
array of PersistElement blocks
Indicates how many PersistElement entries exist for the store. See the "PersistElement Block" table for the format of this structure.
Indicates this block contains data for the RSS subscriptions folder.
Indicates that this block contains data for the Tracked Mail Processing folder.
Indicates that this block contains data for the To-Do Search folder.
Indicates that no more PersistData blocks will be processed.
If the PersistBlockType value is not one of the ones defined here, the PersistData block is ignored and processing is continued until either a PERSIST_SENTINEL PersistID is processed or the end of the stream is reached.
Specified the type identifier value for this PersistElement block. See the "PersistElementType Values" table for a list of valid values.
Specifies the size, in bytes, of the ElementData field.
array of binary data
Contains the data for this PersistID + ElementID pair.
|Name||Value||Value of ElementDataSize||Description|
Indicates that this block's ElementData field contains a DWORD Header value. How this value is interpreted depends on the block's PersistID type.
For all PersistID types specified in [MS-OXOSFLD], this value is zero.
Indicates that this block contains the EntryID of the folder specified by PersistID.
Indicates that no more PersistElement blocks will be processed.
If the PersistElementType value is not one of the ones defined here, the PersistElement block is ignored and processing is continued until either an ELEMENT_SENTINEL ElementID is processed or the end of the stream is reached.
Provides references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.
Enables the handling of allow/block lists and the determination of junk e-mail messages.
Specifies the properties and operations for creating and locating the special folders in a mailbox.
Identifies and marks e-mail messages that are designed to trick recipients into divulging sensitive information (such as passwords and other personal information) to a non-trustworthy source.
Contains definitions of properties listed as associated properties.
Provides data type definitions.