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PidTag7BitDisplayName Canonical Property
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Contains a 7-bit ASCII representation of a messaging user's name.
PR_7BIT_DISPLAY_NAME, PR_7BIT_DISPLAY_NAME_A, PR_7BIT_DISPLAY_NAME_W
These properties map the PR_DISPLAY_NAME (PidTagDisplayName) property into a 7-bit character set. Some messaging systems, such as Internet and certain X.400 links, are limited to the 128-character 7-bit ASCII code set. Gateways to such messaging systems can improve their performance by calling the IAddrBook::PrepareRecips method directly to retrieve the this property, thereby avoiding extra processing for code conversion.