EWSEditor 1.16 Released

I’ve done a lot of clean-up in EWSEditor and added a few needed features for this release. I would like to highlight one major change with EWSEditor in this release: Prior all versions of EWSEditor did not use COM objects. This version uses CDOSYS in order to provide a new feature – the ability to…

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EASTester 1.10 Release

This release has some new features and several important fixes. The goals of this release were to fix existing bugs and to add some features to make its usage easier. Now there is some basic help available for working with EAS. The help provides information on EASTester, EAS response codes, IIS response codes and a…

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New release – EWSEditor 1.15

This is mostly a bug fix release. However, there are a few new features. This version uses the same version of the EWS Managed API as the 1.14 version of EWSEditor, which was built from GIT source. •    Enhanced the Tasks window. •    New Developer Attachments Test Form. •    Now can work with attachments in contacts, tasks, calendar…

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AutoDiscover is slow with the EWS Managed API

Yes, it can take a while. However, you may be able to speed things up. The best practice is to store the EWS web service URL set on the service object and use it next time instead of doing AutoDiscover again. SCP AutoDiscover should be avoided unless you need to use it. Also keep in…

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EWSEditor 1.14 Released

It’s been a long time since there has been a release of EWSEditor. This latest version has many new features and fixes.  There are a few things I would like to highlight.: This version uses a recent build of the EWS Managed API based-upon the open source published code. There is a degree of implementation of oAuth. …

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About: Encrypting or signing a message programmatically

We get cases on encrypting email from time to time.   With Microsoft messaging APIs, sending an encrypted or signed message is not just  matter of flipping flag or pointing to a certificate.  The easiest is going to be using Outlook Object Model (OOM);  however, because of its user tied usage it cannot be used in a…

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Exchange throttling is your friend… well, more like a police officer.

Here is one way to think of Exchange throttling: Exchange is the freeway. Applications accessing Exchange are the drivers on the freeway. Exchange Throttling is the COP who is there to enforce the rules if you don’t behave. The Exchange Administrator of the servers is the governing power which establishes the throttling limits (laws) which…

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Delegate access with Exchange Server ActiveSync (EAS)

I see questions and issues coming up about delegate access with EAS/ActiveSync quite often.  If you are dealing with an issue with ActiveSync doing delegate access, then you need to understand that EAS was not designed nor tested for doing delegate access.  Because of this it is not supported.  There are some who have devices…

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About: Exchange Transport Agents

API Interface: .NET and in process with Exchange transport. Business Logic: Access and modify messages in Exchange transport. Language Support: .NET Direct Property Access:  Can access and change the content of messages in transport. Product Versions: Exchange 2007+ Summary: As mail flows through Exchange SMTP transport an Exchange transport agent can look at the stream and modify. Note that…

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