The ReceivedRepresenting element identifies the principal in a delegate access scenario.
<ReceivedRepresenting> <Mailbox/> </ReceivedRepresenting>
Attributes and elements
The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.
||Identifies a mail-enabled Active Directory directory service object.
||Represents an Exchange e-mail message.
||Represents a meeting in the Exchange store.
||Represents a meeting request in the Exchange store.
||Represents a meeting response in the Exchange store.
||Represents a meeting cancellation in the Exchange store.
||Represents an Accept reply to a meeting request.
||Represents a Tentative reply to a meeting request.
||Represents a Decline reply to a meeting request.
||Contains a reply to the creator of an item in the Exchange store.
||Contains a reply to all identified recipients of an item in the Exchange store.
||Contains an Exchange store item to forward to recipients.
||Represents the response object that is used to cancel a meeting.
The ReceivedRepresenting element is used together with the From and ReceivedBy elements in delegate access scenarios. The following table lists the entities that these elements represent in a delegate access scenario.
Elements in a delegate access scenario
|Element||Entity that the element represent|
In a delegate access scenario, if a ThirdParty sends a meeting request to a Principal who has a Delegate, the Delegate will see a new meeting request. These elements enable delegates to distinguish between messages that are sent directly to them and messages that are sent to them because of a delegate forwarding rule.
The schema that describes this element is located in the IIS virtual directory that hosts Exchange Web Services.
|Can be Empty