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2.2.1.39 PidLidTimeZoneStruct Property

Type: PtypBinary ([MS-OXCDATA] section 2.11.1)

The PidLidTimeZoneStruct property ([MS-OXPROPS] section 2.342) is set on a recurring series to specify time zone information. This property specifies how to convert time fields between local time and UTC. The fields in this BLOB are encoded in little-endian byte order.

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lBias

lStandardBias

lDaylightBias

wStandardYear

stStandardDate

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wDaylightYear

stDaylightDate

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lBias (4 bytes): The time zone's offset in minutes from UTC.

lStandardBias (4 bytes): The offset in minutes from the value of the lBias field during standard time.

lDaylightBias (4 bytes): The offset in minutes from the value of the lBias field during daylight saving time.

wStandardYear (2 bytes): This field matches the stStandardDate'swYear member.

stStandardDate (16 bytes): A SYSTEMTIME structure, as specified in [MS-DTYP]. This field contains the date and local time that indicate when to begin using the value specified in the lStandardBias field.

If the time zone does not support daylight saving time, the wMonth member in the SYSTEMTIME structure MUST be zero (0). If the wYear member is not zero (0), the date is interpreted as an absolute date that only occurs once. If the wYear member is zero (0), the date is interpreted as a relative date that occurs yearly. The wHour and wMinute members are set to the transition time; the wDayOfWeek member is set to the appropriate weekday, and the wDay member is set to indicate the occurrence of the day of the week within the month (1 to 5, where 5 indicates the final occurrence during the month if that day of the week does not occur 5 times).

wDaylightYear (2 bytes): This field is equal to the value of the stDaylightDate's wYear field.

stDaylightDate (16 bytes): A SYSTEMTIME structure. This field contains the date and local time that indicate when to begin using the value specified in the lDaylightBias field. This field has the same format and constraints as the stStandardDate field.

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