TalkBack: Synchronous Event Processing In Your Custom Applications

The Exchange Developer blog has a post updating the future vision of Exchange development.  If you remember, there was a post on the Exchange Team blog back in September 2005 that gave us the first glimpse of this vision leading up to Exchange 2007.  The vision has come into focus some more but the overall direction…


Take Notice of Exchange Web Service Notifications

The Exchange API-spotting blog, which is run by the Exchange MSDN content and Exchange API product  folks, as a new post about the transition from store event sinks to Exchange Web Service notifications.  The aim is to provide some more detail about notifications and try to directly answer some questions that have been posed by…


Disclaimer: This post is about Disclaimers…

I was reviewing a customer’s case today and it reminded me of a topic I meant to blog about a while ago… Ever since Exchange 2000/2003 customers have tried to apply the disclaimer SMTP sink sample to internal mail and found that the disclaimer text is not stamped on these messages.  Of course in Exchange…


OUTBOX: Registering a VB Script Store Sink

The following is an exerpt from an email describing the steps to setup a VBS event sink on Exchange… Before registering the event sink you need to install and configure a COM+ component which will execute the VB Script.  This COM+ ships with Exchange and is used to execute any VB Script event sinks on…


OUTBOX: Introduction to Exchange Store Event Sinks Part 2

Coming from Exchange 5.5 Event Service Scripts to Exchange Store Event Sinks involves more than just understanding the new events available and the registration process.  Exchange 5.5 event scripts are written in VBScript with CDO 1.21 as the API to interact with Exchange data.  Store Event Sinks can be written in VBScript, VB6, managed (.NET)…