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2.2 Message Syntax

A Sharing Message object can be created and modified by clients and servers. Except where noted, this section defines constraints under which both clients and servers operate.

Clients operate on Sharing Message objects by using the Email Object Protocol specified in [MS-OXOMSG] and the Message and Attachment Object Protocol specified in [MS-OXCMSG]. How a server operates on Sharing Message objects is implementation-dependent, but the results of any such operation MUST be exposed to clients in a manner that is consistent with the Sharing Message Object Protocol.

Unless otherwise specified, a Sharing Message object adheres to all property constraints specified in [MS-OXPROPS] and all property constraints specified in [MS-OXCMSG].

Where a property's value is specified as a hexadecimal string representation of a binary value, the characters composing the string represent the hexadecimal digits that reflect the byte sequence of the binary value. For example, the string "00000000DCA740C8" is the hexadecimal string representation of the following byte sequence.

00 00 00 00 DC A7 40 C8

Where a property's value is specified as a hexadecimal string representation of an integer value, the characters composing the string represent the hexadecimal digits that reflect the integer value in big-endian format. Leading "0" characters are not included. For example, the hexadecimal string representation of the integer 0x0000010B is "10B".

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