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Typos in MS-OXPROPS RRS feed

  • Question

  • In 2.361 PidLidWorkAddressPostOffice.html, the GUID has a typo (...-0000-C00-0000...) is missing a 0 in -C00-

    In 2.466 - 2.472 (PidNameExtracted...), the GUID is formatted with spaces around the dashes, no other guid is formatted in this way.

    The GUIDs "11000E07-B51B-40D6-AF21-CAA85EDAB1D0" => "PSETID_CalendarAssistant"
    and "96357f7f-59e1-47d0-99a7-46515c183b54" => "PSETID_Attachment"
    are missing from 1.3.2, "Commonly Used Property Sets". This might be on purpose, since the header says "serveral of the more common property sets ...", not "all of ...", but these seem to be the only 2 that are missing.

    2.212 PidLidPromptSendUpdate and 2.363 PidLidWorkAddressStreet share the same id (0x8045) - might be correct but seems like a typo as well

    2.691 PidTagBodyHTML and 2.800 PidTagHTML seem to be two redundant definitions the same tag (0x1013).

    Is it correct that various tags within the 0x6800 range have several different meanings? For instance, tag 0x6801 is defined as PidTagOfflineAddressBookSequence in 2.885 and PidTagVoiceMessageDuration in 2.1125, and 0x6847 has even 3 different definitions (PidTagWlinkSaveStamp in 2.1141, PidTagFreeBusyPublishStart in 2.776, and PidTagSearchFolderTag in 2.1059).

    Tuesday, October 23, 2012 12:47 PM

Answers

  • Hi Guntram,

    In your posting there are many items. I’ve addressed each item:
    1) I’ve submitted a suggestion to fix the problems based on the first two paragraphs, there are some other formatting problems, I included them, too.
    2) Based on the third paragraph I’ve submitted a suggestion to include the missing two GUIDs into the list of the "Commonly Used Property Sets".
    3) The rest of your posting is basically the duplicate property ids problem. Your examples don’t cause problem because the properties have different types and / or used in different areas, the context is the key.

    Thanks, Vilmos

    Tuesday, November 20, 2012 4:50 PM

All replies

  • Hi Guntram,

    Thank you for your comments. I am the engineer who will be working with you on this issue. I am currently researching the problem and will provide you with an update soon.

    Regards,
    Vilmos Foltenyi - MSFT

    Tuesday, October 23, 2012 5:50 PM
  • Hi Guntram,

    In your posting there are many items. I’ve addressed each item:
    1) I’ve submitted a suggestion to fix the problems based on the first two paragraphs, there are some other formatting problems, I included them, too.
    2) Based on the third paragraph I’ve submitted a suggestion to include the missing two GUIDs into the list of the "Commonly Used Property Sets".
    3) The rest of your posting is basically the duplicate property ids problem. Your examples don’t cause problem because the properties have different types and / or used in different areas, the context is the key.

    Thanks, Vilmos

    Tuesday, November 20, 2012 4:50 PM