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2.2.2.14 ResolveRecipients

The ResolveRecipients command is used by clients to resolve a list of supplied recipients, to retrieve their free/busy information, and optionally, to retrieve their S/MIME certificates so that clients can send encrypted S/MIME email messages.

The ResolveRecipients namespace is the primary namespace for this section. Elements referenced in this section that are not defined in the ResolveRecipients namespace use the namespace prefixes defined in section 2.2.1.

The following table lists the elements that are used in ResolveRecipients command requests and responses.

Element name

Scope

Reference

ResolveRecipients

Request and Response

section 2.2.3.139

To

Request and Response

section 2.2.3.168

Options

Request

section 2.2.3.115.3

CertificateRetrieval

Request

section 2.2.3.22

MaxCertificates

Request

section 2.2.3.91

MaxAmbiguousRecipients

Request

section 2.2.3.90

Availability

Request and Response

section 2.2.3.16

StartTime

Request

section 2.2.3.161.1

EndTime

Request

section 2.2.3.58.1

Picture

Request and Response

section 2.2.3.125.1

MaxSize

Request

section 2.2.3.95.1

MaxPictures

Request

section 2.2.3.94.1

Response

Response

section 2.2.3.140.5

Status

Response

section 2.2.3.162.11

RecipientCount

Response

section 2.2.3.133

Recipient

Response

section 2.2.3.132

Type

Response

section 2.2.3.171.5

DisplayName

Response

section 2.2.3.47.5

EmailAddress

Response

section 2.2.3.53.1

MergedFreeBusy

Response

section 2.2.3.97

Certificates

Response

section 2.2.3.23.1

CertificateCount

Response

section 2.2.3.21

Certificate

Response

section 2.2.3.19.1

MiniCertificate

Response

section 2.2.3.102

Data

Response

section 2.2.3.39.2

The XML schema for the ResolveRecipients command request is described in section 6.28. The XML schema for the ResolveRecipients command response is described in section 6.29.

Protocol Versions

The following table specifies the protocol versions that support this command. The client indicates the protocol version being used by setting either the MS-ASProtocolVersion header, as specified in [MS-ASHTTP] section 2.2.1.1.2.4, or the Protocol version field, as specified in [MS-ASHTTP] section 2.2.1.1.1.1, in the request.

Protocol version

Command support

2.5

X

12.0

X

12.1

X

14.0

X

14.1

X

When protocol version 2.5, 12.0, or 12.1 is used, retrieval of free/busy information via the Availability element is not supported.

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