Push Message Features

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A push message delivers text, XML, and binary content to Windows Mobile-based Smartphones and Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs (GSM Phone Edition). Push messages always contain a header and body content. For more detailed information about push messages, see the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Push Message Specification Version 16-August-1999, available from the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) Website.

The following table shows the headers and header extensions used for the Push message.

Header Description
MSG-010 Generic message headers Generic message headers identify different features of the message, as described in "Generic Headers" in the WAP Push Message Specification Version 16-August-1999 and the WAP Push Message Specification Information Note Version 11-December-2001. The device accepts the Content-Type header, Content-Location header, and Content-Length header.
MSG-011 Content-Type message header The Content-Type header identifies the type of content in the message body, as described in "Generic Headers" in the WAP Push Message Specification Version 16-August-1999 and the WAP Push Message Specification Information Note Version 11-December-2001.
MSG-020 WAP message headers WAP message headers contain WAP-related features of the message, as described in "WAP Headers" in the WAP Push Message Specification Version 16-August-1999 and the WAP Push Message Specification Information Note Version 11-December-2001.
MSG-030 Message header extensions Message header extensions identify the type of message header, as described in "Header Extensions" in the WAP Push Message Specification Version 16-August-1999 and the WAP Push Message Specification Information Note Version 11-December-2001.

See Also

Microsoft Standards for Provisioning Windows Mobile-Based Devices Push Router | Setting Push Router Policies

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