EAS Inspector for Fiddler 1.3

Lots of cool and helpful new features have been added for this release by a fellow engineer.  Thanks Jason!  Below are the release notes. Added “Smart” view, parsing some basic quoted-printable content and displaying the XML in an invalid, but easier to read format.Added a toggle button to switch between Smart View and the original…

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EASTester 1.5

Some nice features have been added to EASTester for this release.  You can now get the results rendered in several ways.  There is now a way to direct traffic through a proxy such as Fiddler, which makes it helpful for seeing what’s actually going over the wire. If you combine that with the EASInspector running…

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EwsEditor 1.11 has been released!

I’ve added new features and fixes which should make it easier to reproduce and diagnose many different issues.  EwsEditor 1.11 Releasehttp://ewseditor.codeplex.com/releases/view/167030 Below are the release notes… 1.11 – 8/12/2014 – 12/3/2014 Added default 365 URL to main Services window. In Services window if an SMTP address was specified for AutoDiscover then when credentials are specified…

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EWS Schema Versions – Why can’t I pick versions for 2007 SP2/SP3 or 2010 SP3?

I see confusion on how the EWS Schema Version (RequestServerVersion) is used from time to time.  So, I would like to clear up how its used. The EWS Schema Version is not the patch level of the Exchange server. Its something different – its the schema version of EWS that tells the server what the minimal…

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EWS Managed API… open source? YES! It’s now Open Source!!!

A few weeks ago the EWS Java API was made open-source.  Last week the EWS Managed API (.NET based) went open source.  So now you can download the code and contribute to it.  You can also directly report bugs on it.  This is another of the wonderful changes which are happening at MS as it…

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EWS Java API – The story gets better… Open Source!!!

If you have been doing development with Exchange Web Services (EWS) and develop with Java there has been an API which could be used called the EWS Java API.  In the past I’ve been asked about how often it got updated and if it might get made open source.  The answers we could provide were…

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Getting traces for .NET apps when you cannot modify the application and don’t want to use more than one machine.

One of the biggest pains of .NET applications going against Exchange is getting detailed logs.  Using a tracing tool like Fiddler is great since it will SSL decode traffic, however it won’t capture traffic from a .NET application running on the same box unless that application can set its proxy settings to that of Fiddler.  Having a…

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Showing custom properties or custom forms on a device which uses EAS.

I was recently asked by a customer if there was a way to get custom properties to be displayed in a message on EAS Devices. The short answer is no.   First, a bit about ActiveSync…  Exchange Server ActiveSync (EAS) is a low-level binary protocol which is heavily licensed. All commercialized development needs to have an EAS…

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EWS PUSH – What is the StatusFrequency for

The StatusFrequency value used in EWS Push notifications is often misunderstood.  So, I will try to provide some information on this setting which may help. The important thing to understand:  StatusFrequency is really not a “frequency” – it’s a maximum timeout value based upon the maximum number of retries – StatusFrequency is in essence the number…

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