Generic Headers in PS_INTERNET_HEADERS

To create a named property in the PS_INTERNET_HEADERS property set, whose name is a header name and whose value is a header value, clients write the name and value to a header.

For each such header, MIME readers SHOULD<141> create a named property as follows:

  • The property set GUID is "%X86.".

  • The property name is the header name.

  • The property value is the header value. If the header value was encoded according to [RFC2047], MIME readers MUST decode it.

MIME readers MUST NOT create such named properties for any MIME header that is mapped to a different property, as specified elsewhere in this section. MIME readers SHOULD NOT create such named properties for any of the following MIME headers:

  • Received

  • Resent-From

  • Resent-Sender

  • Resent-Date

  • Resent-Message-Id

  • Content-Type

  • Content-Disposition

  • Content-Description

  • Content-Transfer-Encoding

  • Content-ID

  • Content-MD5

  • MIME-Version

  • Return-Path

  • Comments

  • AdHoc

  • Apparently-To

  • Approved

  • Control

  • Distribution

  • Encoding

  • FollowUp-To

  • Lines

  • Bytes

  • Article

  • Supercedes

  • NewsGroups

  • NntpPostingHost

  • Organization

  • Path

  • RR

  • Summary

  • Trace

  • Encrypted

  • X-MimeOle

  • X-MS-TNEF-Correlator

  • Any header the name of which begins with "X-MS-Exchange-Organization-" or "X-MS-Exchange-Forest-", except for the following:

    • X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthAs

    • X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthDomain

    • X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthMechanism

    • X-MS-Exchange-Organization-AuthSource