MailEnvelope Properties
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MailEnvelope Properties (Microsoft.Office.Interop.InfoPath)

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Public property BCC
This member is a wrapper for a member of a COM interface that has been superseded by a later version. The later version of this interface implements all members of earlier interfaces and additional new members. For information about this member as it is implemented in the later interface, including usage, remarks, and examples, seeMailEnvelope2.BCC.
Public property CC
This member is a wrapper for a member of a COM interface that has been superseded by a later version. The later version of this interface implements all members of earlier interfaces and additional new members. For information about this member as it is implemented in the later interface, including usage, remarks, and examples, seeMailEnvelope2.CC.
Public property Subject
This member is a wrapper for a member of a COM interface that has been superseded by a later version. The later version of this interface implements all members of earlier interfaces and additional new members. For information about this member as it is implemented in the later interface, including usage, remarks, and examples, seeMailEnvelope2.Subject.
Public property To
This member is a wrapper for a member of a COM interface that has been superseded by a later version. The later version of this interface implements all members of earlier interfaces and additional new members. For information about this member as it is implemented in the later interface, including usage, remarks, and examples, seeMailEnvelope2.To.
Public property Visible
This member is a wrapper for a member of a COM interface that has been superseded by a later version. The later version of this interface implements all members of earlier interfaces and additional new members. For information about this member as it is implemented in the later interface, including usage, remarks, and examples, seeMailEnvelope2.Visible.
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