Newbie : What is http://schemas.microsoft.com all about?

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Hello All,

While sending mail from VBA, I use "http://schemas.microsoft.com/..." to

specify parameters such as smtp/port etc. This works fine.

I am concerned what "http://schemas.microsoft.com" means and what role does

it play in sending mail? i.e. Does my script contact microsoft.com in any way?

I am unable to find information on the web regards the same.

Please advise.
 
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Sue Mosher [MVP]

It's a naming scheme for properties. It has nothing to do with the

microsoft.com web site. See

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb147567.aspx

Sue Mosher

"aruntechie123" <aruntechie123> wrote in message

news:25DBB027-B999-4C7E-B0E7-C5496A10E750@microsoft.com...
> Hello All,
> While sending mail from VBA, I use "http://schemas.microsoft.com/..." to
> specify parameters such as smtp/port etc. This works fine.

> I am concerned what "http://schemas.microsoft.com" means and what role
> does
> it play in sending mail? i.e. Does my script contact microsoft.com in any
> way?
> I am unable to find information on the web regards the same.
> Please advise.

>
 
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