Redmond Protocol Plugfest 2017

Dear fellow developers and quality assurance engineers / testers, please register/participate in our annual Redmond Interoperability Plugfest 2017. Register here Venue: Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington Date: June 19-23, 2017 Detailed agenda: https://www.interopevents.com/redmond2017 – It’s designed to cover interoperability topics that span Microsoft, including Office, Windows, and SQL. There will be testing, workshops, and great…


Registration starts – Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest 2014!!

Microsoft-hosted protocol plugfests provide software developers with the opportunity to learn more about the Microsoft protocols and to test their implementations of the Microsoft Open Specifications. Hosted on the Microsoft Redmond campus, each plugfest focuses on a specific task or technology area. Presentations are conducted by Microsoft engineers, who are also available for one-on-one and…


Exchange Developer: Exchange Web Services – Best Practices (Part 1)

Mid April, the Windows Server and Exchange Interoperability teams hosted an Open Specifications Plugfest event. The event was held in Redmond on the Microsoft campus for protocol developers implementing Exchange and Windows open specifications. I am planning to add couple of sessions related to Exchange and its developer… In this session, my peer Matt Stehle…


Exchange Server Protocol docs

You can find the Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1 RTM Protocol technical documentation set provides detailed technical specifications for Microsoft protocols and extensions to industry-standards or other published protocols that are implemented and used in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1 RTM. This allows the user to interoperate or communicate natively with Microsoft Office client and…


Standards : Microsoft Exchange Server & Outlook Standards

If you’re looking for Microsoft Exchange Server & Outlook Standards, you can refer this MSDN article.This documentation is intended for use in conjunction with publicly available standard specifications, computer language design and implementation art. Also for more information about Standards at Microsoft, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/standards/default.aspx.