.Net Troubleshooting : How to uninstall the components of the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1?

Do you want to un-install the components of the .Net Framework 3.5 SP1? Then you need to read this article (article by Aaron),  in which he described his experience, how to uninstall the components of the .Net Framework 3.5 SP1? He gave the clear step-by-step information how we can uninstall the components of the .Net framework…

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Troubleshooting : EWS request throws “The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel” ?

One of my customer updated that whenever they try to make the remote Exchange Web Service (EWS) call from his C#.Net 2008 application (VS.Net 2008 – .Net Framework 3.x), he gets the following error: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel I had a detailed look at…

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Part # 2 – Using C#.Net & Exchange Web Service (EWS) : How to create and send e-mail messages?

In this we will see how to create & send e-mail messages using Exchange Web Service (EWS). It’s pretty simple with EWS to do. // Create the Exchange Service Binding ExchangeServiceBinding esb = new ExchangeServiceBinding();  // Add its relevant Credentials like user name, password, domain and URL esb.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(userName, Password, domain); esb.Url =…

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Code snippet using OOM : How to modify in-appropriate CSS/HTML tags available in the Outlook e-mail’s HTMLBody ?

Hi, Please find the following code snippet shows how we can modify/edit/add more or in-appropriate CSS/HTML tags available in the Outlook e-mail’s HTMLBody using Outlook Object Model: ‘[Code Snippet – Outlook Object Model ‘[How to modify Outlook e-mail’s inappropriate CSS/HTML tags from its HTML Body … ‘Definition Dim str As String Dim str1 As String…

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More resources for Exchange Server 2010 Beta

Feature: Exchange Management Shell in Exchange 2010 When we start working with Exchange Server 2010, we have an enhanced Exchange Management Shell, which means more powerful one. As we know the Exchange Management Shell is a powerful command-line management interface; now we can administer every part of Exchange Server 2010, which is built on Windows…

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