PidLidTaskDueDate Canonical Property
Applies to: Outlook 2013 | Outlook 2016
Represents the date when the user expects to complete the task.
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The task has no due date if this property is unset or set to 0x5AE980E0 (1,525,252,320). However, a due date is optional only if no start date is indicated in the dispidTaskStartDate (PidLidTaskStartDate) property. If the task has a due date, the value must have a time component of midnight, and the dispidCommonEnd (PidLidCommonEnd) property must also be set. If dispidTaskStartDate has a start date, then the value of the dispidTaskDueDate property must be greater than or equal to the value of dispidTaskStartDate.
Provides property set definitions and references to related Exchange Server protocol specifications.
Defines several objects that model the electronic equivalent of tasks, task assignments, and task updates.
Specifies the properties and the interaction model for email and other object reminders.
Provides data type definitions.
Mapping Canonical Property Names to MAPI Names