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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EWS and Inline Attachments

I keep seeing a lot of questions on inline attachments being accessed by EWS being asked on our cases and on the internet. So, I would like to try to clarify how inline attachments work with different message bodies. There are really two types of inline attachments… at least it’s best to think of them…

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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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Testing sample which uses HttpWebRequest to do a POST to EWS

There are sometimes issues encountered which are difficult to resolve. There are many things which can cause issues which would call an EWS call to fail. Having well written with extensive error trapping and extensive logging is one approach. I wrote the sample below so that it could be used from any type .NET application…

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Best Practices: EWS Managed API coding for Exchange

There are issues which we seem to get a lot of cases on which are tied to the way a customer writes their code.  Often there are sections of code which were missing or that they otherwise should have implemented.  If your running into an issue or writing new code, then please read all points…

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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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EWSEditor 1.13 has been released

Here are the release notes: • In the TimeZone window the code which displays info for a timezone does not append a line break at the end of first line (“Timezone Information:”) – so I added one.• In the Timezone window I added a button to display a list of Timezone Information in a text…

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About: Exchange Web Services (EWS) – Getting started with EWS

API Type:  Mailbox Assessor API Interface: APIs which can send a POST.  Business Logic: Works with  mailbox and public folder content including items, folders and special settings. Development Languages: Anything which can send a post. So, you can write code for iOS, Droid, Windows forms, ASP.NET, JavaScript, PowerShell…  Property Access: Yes Product Versions: Exchange 2007,…

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EWS Best Practices

If your a new developer to EWS or are looking at implementing best practices in development going forward, you should be aware of at least some of the common areas where developers have issues. There are a number of things which should be understood while writing EWS code and sometimes developers miss certain aspect of…

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EWS Best Practices – Searching

Remember that your application is not the only one going against the server, so play nice.  You may be able to get needed performance in your application but when other applications are going against the server in the real world you may find that the overall experience for all users on that server are poor. …

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