Supplemental Exchange Server Interoperability Guidance Now Available

The Exchange Interoperability documentation team is pleased to announce the launch of Exchange Server Interoperability Guidance that supplements the information available in the Microsoft Exchange Server protocol documentation and the Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook Standards documentation. Whether you’re an Exchange interoperability expert, just getting started, or somewhere in between, we’re confident that this supplemental…


Microsoft Exchange RPC Protocols Plugfest Presentations are Now Available

Interested in learning more about the Exchange Server RPC protocols? The Exchange Server Interoperability team is pleased to announce that presentations from the Exchange RPC Protocols Plugfest event (January 2011) are now available on Channel 9. Plugfest events are part of the Microsoft Open Specifications Program which helps developers create solutions by providing open access…


Loading Properties for Multiple Items with One Call to Exchange Web Services

When you use the FindItems method or the FindAppointments method in Exchange Web Services (EWS), it’s important to realize that neither of these methods returns all properties for the items returned by the query. For example, FindItems will not return the Body property for a message item, and FindAppointments will not return the RequiredAttendees property…

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Determining the Id of a Sent Message by Using Extended Properties with the EWS Managed API

Occasionally, an Exchange Web Services (EWS) development scenario requires that you attain the identifier of sent message. Although you may expect to find the identifier of the sent message in the XML response that’s returned from calling EmailMessage.SendAndSaveCopy(), no such information exists in the response. The following example shows the CreateItemResponse that’s returned from calling…

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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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