4 Protocol Examples

This section includes examples of Message object operations that use sequences of ROP requests and ROP responses that a client and a server might exchange. Note that the examples listed here only show the relevant portions of the specified ROPs; this is not the final byte sequence that gets transmitted over the wire. Also note that the data for multibyte fields appears in little-endian format, with the bytes in the field presented from least significant to most significant. Generally speaking, these ROP requests are packed with other ROP requests and then compressed and packed in one or more RPC calls, as described in [MS-OXCROPS]. These examples assume that the client has already successfully logged on to the server and has the appropriate permissions to the Message objects that the operations are being performed on.