Play Exchange 2010 Mailbox Items on Your Phone By Using the EWS Managed API

The Unified Messaging Play-On-Phone feature is now exposed through Exchange Web Services in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. This feature is described in the EWS schema and WSDL files. What will be of more interest to you is that the Play-on-Phone feature is available in the Exchange Web Services Managed API 1.0. Now you can create…

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Learn about the Exchange 2010 Developer Story Today!

We’ve just finished our 6 part series of webcasts on six key topics that developers need to know about as they start planning for moving their applications to Exchange 2010.  Those webcasts are now available as on-demand webcasts.  We’ve updated the webcast links below to point to our on demand videos so check them out today! …

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Don’t miss the Exchange 2010 Developer Webcasts!

We are excited about the Exchange 2010 developer experience and we think you will be too.  Over the next two weeks we’ll be doing six webcasts filled with information to help our partners and customers understand what Exchange 2010 means for them.  David, Chris and I just posted an introductory video to give you an…

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Exchange Impersonation vs. Delegate Access

There has been some confusion about the different methods that can be used to access a mailbox. Developers are asking: What method should I use? When should I use it? What are the differences between the different methods? This post will give you a quick comparison of the two most common ways, other than a…

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The Exchange 2010 Beta SDKs are Here!

The Exchange Developer Documentation team is happy to announce the release of the Exchange 2010 Beta SDKs.  That’s right, I said SDKs — as in, more than one!  For earlier product releases, all Exchange developer documentation is included in a single SDK. For Exchange 2010, documentation for each technology area is published in a separate…

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Introducing the EWS Managed API!

Developing applications with Exchange Web Services just got MUCH easier, thanks to the release of the Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API 1.0 Beta — a new managed-code API that’s easy to learn, simple to use, and efficient to code against. Whether you’re an experienced EWS developer, you’re new to Exchange development, or you’re…

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Quick and Dirty UNIX Shell Scripting with EWS

One of the great advantages of Exchange Web Services (EWS) is that you can write applications on just about any platform that can make HTTP requests.  This characteristic of web services means that you can integrate EWS in to just about every application or environment you can imagine.  This aspect of web services was brought…

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