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Oscar Protocol Specification: Family 0x0013, Subtype 0x0009

This can be used to modify either the name or additional data for any items that are already in your server-stored information. It is most commonly used after adding or removing a buddy: you should either add or remove the buddy ID# from the type 0x00c9 TLV in the additional data of the parent group, and then send this SNAC containing the modified data.

Source: Client

2 bytesFamily (0x0013)
2 bytesSubtype (0x0009)
2 bytesFlags
4 bytesSnac Request ID. Note: The second 2 bytes of this is always x0009, though, it does not seem to be important.
A series of items

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