2.2.5.9 PidTagVoiceMessageAttachmentOrder Property

Type: PtypString ([MS-OXCDATA] section 2.11.1)

The PidTagVoiceMessageAttachmentOrder property ([MS-OXPROPS] section 2.1049) contains the list of names for the audio file attachments that are to be played as part of a message, in reverse order. The file names are separated by semicolons.

The content of this property is a list of values assigned to the PidTagAttachLongFilename property ([MS-OXCMSG] section 2.2.2.10) for audio file attachments that are to be played as part of the message. The order MUST be the reverse of the order in which the attachments were added; that is, the most recently added message first, the next most recently added message second, and so on.

The file names MUST be separated by semicolons. Each file name can be prefixed or suffixed with spaces. The first file name in the list can be preceded by a semicolon, and the last file name in the list can be suffixed with a semicolon.

For example, for a message that contains only one voice file attachment, for which the value of the PidTagAttachLongFilename property is "vm.wav", acceptable values for the PidTagVoiceMessageAttachmentOrder property include but are not limited to the following:

  • vm.wav

  • ;vm.wav

  • ; vm.wav

Or, for example, a message contains three attachments, for which the PidTagAttachLongFilename property values are "vm1.wav", "vm2.wav", and "vm3.wav". The files were added in the order "vm1.wav", then "vm2.wav", and then "vm3.wav". Acceptable values for the PidTagVoiceMessageAttachmentOrder property include but are not limited to the following:

  • vm3.wav;vm2.wav;vm1.wav

  • vm3.wav; vm2.wav; vm1.wav

  • ;vm3.wav;vm2.wav;vm1.wav

  • Vm3.wav;vm2.wav;vm1.wav

The relationship between this property and the X-AttachmentOrder MIME header is specified in [MS-OXCMAIL] section 2.1.3.2.3 and [MS-OXCMAIL] section 2.2.3.2.23.

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