PidTagSentRepresentingName Canonical Property
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PidTagSentRepresentingName Canonical Property

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Contains the display name for the messaging user represented by the sender.

Associated properties:




Data type:




These properties are examples of the address properties for the messaging user being represented by the sender. When a client application sends a message on behalf of another client, it should set all the represented sender properties to the values for that client. A messaging user sending on its own behalf typically leaves the represented sender properties unset.

The outgoing transport provider must always leave this property unchanged if it has been set by the sending client. If it is unset, the transport provider should set it to PR_SENDER_NAME (PidTagSenderName) on the outbound copy of the message, and leave it unset on the local copy.

Protocol Specifications


Provides references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.


Specifies the properties and operations that are permissible for e-mail message objects.


Specifies the properties and operations that represent RSS items.


Handles the order and flow for data transfers between a client and server.


Converts between IETF RFC2445, RFC2446, and RFC2447, and appointment and meeting objects.


Converts from Internet standard e-mail conventions to message objects.


Specifies the properties and operations for appointment, meeting request, and response messages.


Specifies the location and properties of client and server configuration data, such as shared category lists and working hours.


Specifies methods for connecting to and configuring mailboxes as delegates, and interactions with message and calendar objects when they act on behalf of another user.


Specifies the properties and operations that are permissible for post objects.


Specifies the properties and operations that are permissible for contact and personal distribution list objects.


Encodes and decodes message and attachment objects to an efficient stream representation.

Header Files


Provides data type definitions.


Contains definitions of properties listed as associated properties.

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