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PidTagSendInternetEncoding Canonical Property
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Contains a bitmask of encoding preferences.
Set this property to indicate the encoding options used.
This property contains the following flags:
Encode the message text in HTML. This flag is ignored unless the ENCODING_MIME flag is set.
Encode the message text using text and HTML as Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME) multipart alternatives. This flag is ignored unless the ENCODING_MIME flag is set.
Encode the message using MIME. If this flag is not set, MAPI encodes the message text in plain text and the attachments in UUENCODE.
Use the other flags in this bitmask to determine the encoding. If this flag is not set, MAPI leaves it to the messaging system to make encoding decisions.
Encode Macintosh attachments in Apple double mode. This flag is ignored unless the ENCODING_MIME flag is set.
Encode Macintosh attachments in Apple single mode. This flag is ignored unless the ENCODING_MIME flag is set.
Encode Macintosh attachments in UUENCODE. If the ENCODING_MIME flag is set, this flag is ignored and BinHex encoding is used instead.
Protocol Specifications [MS-OXPROPS]
Provides references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.
Specifies the properties and operations for lists of users, contacts, groups, and resources.
Converts from Internet standard e-mail conventions to message objects.
Handles message and attachment objects.
Specifies the properties and operations that are permissible for e-mail message objects.
Header Files Mapidefs.h
Provides data type definitions.
Contains definitions of properties listed as associated properties.