PidLidDistributionListMembers Canonical Property
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PidLidDistributionListMembers Canonical Property

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Specifies the list of EntryIds of the objects that correspond to the members of the personal distribution list.

Associated properties:


Property set:


Long ID (LID):


Data type:




Members of the personal distribution list can be other personal distribution lists, electronic addresses contained in a contact, Global Address List users or distribution lists, or one-off e-mail addresses. The format of each EntryId must be either a one-off EntryId, as specified in [MS-OXCDATA], or a wrapped EntryId.

When setting this property, the client or the server must ensure its total size is less than 15,000 bytes.

This property specifies the list of one-off EntryIds that correspond to the members of the personal distribution list. These one-off EntryIds encapsulate display names and e-mail addresses of the personal distribution list members.

If the client or the server set this property, it must be synchronized with this property dispidDLMembers for each entry in the dispidDLOneOffMembers (PidLidDistributionListOneOffMembers) property, there must be an entry in the same position in the dispidDLOneOffMembers.

Protocol Specifications


Provides property set definitions and references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.


Specifies the properties and operations that are permissible for contacts and personal distribution lists.

Header Files


Provides data type definitions.

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