Exchange Server 2003

Topic Last Modified: 2004-06-09


A messaging user or distribution list designated to receive a particular message. Recipients are usually held in address book containers. CDO applications can access a recipient using the Recipient object.

renderable object

A CDO object being used as a data source for a rendering object.

renderable property

A property on a CDO object being used as a data source for a rendering object.


The process or result of preparing an image for display. The image can include text, graphics, and form elements such as frames and borders. Rendering converts coded representations of the components of the image into a single output suitable for displaying. See alsoHTML rendering.

rendering object

A CDO Rendering object used for rendering a CDO object, or one or more of its properties, into HTML output. Currently, the rendering objects are the container renderer and object renderer objects.

rendering source

A string providing information that a rendering object uses to render a particular property or value into hypertext. A rendering source contains HTML tags and substitution tokens.


The process of associating a valid address with a display name or addressing information. The names of all recipients for a message must be resolved before the message can be sent.

response object

An Active Server object used to send HTML output to a browser. A response object implements the IResponse interface, which controls page buffering, cookie values, Web server logging, and browser page caching.