Specifies a URI that is the resource location for the entity in the message.
property ContentLocation: string;
ContentLocation is a string property that specifies an absolute or a relative URI that is the resource location for the entity enclosed in the message.
ContentLocation is the value used in the "Content-Location:" RFC message header for the message part.
Any URI or URL scheme may be used, but use of non-standardized URI or URL schemes might create problems for recipients that cannot handle them correctly.
ContentLocation does not need to refer to a resource which is globally available for retrieval using this URI (after resolution of relative URIs). However, URIs in ContentLocation should still be globally unique. ContentLocation may even contain a fictitious URI which does not need to be globally unique.
ContentLocation allows URIs in a multipart/related document to reference subsidiary resources in other body parts of the same multipart/related structure. While initially designed to support e-mail transfer of complete multi-resource HTML multimedia documents, these conventions can also be employed for resources having other content types.
For additional information about "Content-Location" headers, refer to the Internet Standards document:
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