EWS ServerBusyException – The server is too busy – for you

So… you got an ServerBusyException, eh? You might have seen it thrown as this in your code: Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.Data.ServerBusyException: The server cannot service this request right now. Try again later. The server is not overloaded overall and the call is reaching EWS and EWS is responding with a throttling error. When you see ServerBusyException in the…

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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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Microsoft Developer Support does not write or maintain customer production code.

Microsoft Developer Support does not write or maintain customer production code. If you want Microsoft to do the changes and implement production code, then MCS would be the more appropriate Microsoft organization. Also, you could engage a Microsoft Partner, or any other third party developer entity to assist. Microsoft Developer Support can assist with going…

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