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PidLidTaskStartDate Canonical Property
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The date when the user expects to begin the task.
Long ID (LID):
If this property value is left unset, the task does not have a start date. A value of "0x5AE980E0" (1,525,252,320) also means that the task does not have a start date. If the task has a start date, the value must have a time component of midnight, and the dispidTaskDueDate (PidLidTaskDueDate) and dispidCommonStart (PidLidCommonStart) properties must also be set.
This property is shared by the Informational Flagging Protocol Specification and Task-Related Object Protocol Specification located in [MS-OXOTASK].