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2.2.3.17 BodyType

The BodyType element is a required child element of the Get element in Settings command Oof requests. It is a required child element of the OofMessage element in Settings command requests and responses if a ReplyMessage element (section 2.2.3.136) is present as a child of the OofMessage element. In all contexts, it specifies the format of the OOF message.

All elements referenced in this section are defined in the Settings namespace.

Command request/response

Parent elements

Child elements

Data type

Number allowed

Settings command Oof Get request (section 2.2.2.16)

Get (section 2.2.3.75)

None

string ([MS-ASDTYPE] section 2.6)

1…1 (required)

Settings command Oof Set request

OofMessage (section 2.2.3.113)

None

string

1…1 (required) if a ReplyMessage element is present; otherwise, 0…1 (optional)

Settings command Oof response

OofMessage

None

string

1...1 (required) if a ReplyMessage element is present; otherwise, 0…1 (optional)

The following are the permitted values for the BodyType element:

  • Text

  • HTML

If the BodyType element has the value "HTML", all message strings are sent in the HTML format. If the BodyType element has the value "Text", the message strings are sent in plain text. Because there is no default value, the BodyType element MUST be present (with a non-NULL value) in a Settings command OofGet operation request and MUST be present (with a non-NULL value) in a Settings command OofSet operation request if the ReplyMessage element (section 2.2.3.136) has been set, and MUST always be present (with a non-NULL value) in a Settings command OofGet operation response if the ReplyMessage element is returned.

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