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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Launched

    Microsoft has launched Visual Studio 2012 and .Net 4.5, a new solution for developers that will enable them to build modern applications "that span connected devices and continuous services, from the client to the cloud," S. Somasegar, corporate vice president of Developer Division, writes...
  • Blog Post: Developing Apps for Office 2013

    Hope you all are also super excited, as I am with Microsoft’s recent announcements for Windows 8 and Office 2013 Customer Preview   This opens up a whole new world of opportunities for developers like you and me to develop and amaze a potential audience of a billion users. The possibilities are...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell (pre-release) Beta Available to download

    I would like to share that Microsoft® Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell® (pre-release) is available on Microsoft Download Center. Microsoft® Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell® (pre-release) helps scripters find Windows PowerShell scripts, snippets, modules, and how-to guidance in online repositories...
  • Blog Post: Resources for Exchange and Office Development

    I have stumbled upon couple of good resources for Exchange and Office Development last week while researching for an issue. If you would like to take advantage of access to information about protocols, file formats, standards and other technical specifications for Microsoft high-volume products then...
  • Blog Post: How to convert Exchange Item’s EntryID to EWS unique ItemId via EWS Managed API ConvertId call?

    One of my customer requested for some guidance for How to convert Exchange Item’s EntryID to EWS unique ItemId via EWS Managed API’s ConvertId call? Here is the sample code snippet for converting Exchange Item’s EntryID to EWS unique ItemId via Exchange Web Services Managed API’s ConvertId call: /* NOTE...
  • Blog Post: How to enable EWS Tracing using Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API in VB.net?

    Debugging a Web service–based application can be difficult because part of the processing is performed on a computer to which you do not have access. Because you cannot step through the code on the server, it can be helpful to see the XML requests and responses that are exchanged between the client and...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 is available for you!

    As we all are excited with availability of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 with .Net Framework 4.0 and upcoming releasing of Microsoft Office 2010 . I have collated few links to get going with Visual Studio 2010 as below: Getting Started with Visual Studio 2010 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/ff431702...
  • Blog Post: How to configure and use EWS Impersonation on Exchange 2010/2007?

    We can refer to the below mentioned articles for configuring and using EWS impersonation for the Exchange 2010 : Configuring Exchange Impersonation (Exchange Web Services) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb204095.aspx Using Exchange Impersonation XML Request/Response http://msdn.microsoft.com...
  • Blog Post: How to retrieve email address from the “From” and “To” field of mail item using EWS Managed API?

    In case we are calling FindItem for EWS Managed API then, it will provide much of the information that a client application needs. It basically returns a summary of an item. FindItem returns only the first 512 bytes of any streamable property. For Unicode, it returns the first 255 characters by using...
  • Blog Post: How to access an appointment item linked to BCM Contact's communication history using Outlook Object Model programmatically?

    One of my customer is developing application based on Business Contact Manager(BCM) and would like to access an Appointment item linked to BCM contact’s communication history folder using Outlook Object Model(OOM) ? We can refer to the linked item from the Communication History folder (hidden) of BCM...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Web Services Managed API and EWS Editor is available!

    If you are developing using Exchange Web Services Managed API then now you can download @ Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API 1.0 The Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API 1.0 provides a managed interface for developing client applications that use Exchange Web Services. The...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Web Services and Exchange 2010 - What’s new Webcasts

    Exchange 2010 is on it way and along with it Exchange Web Services Managed API would be one-in-all interface for developing custom applications. So, If you are developing Exchange related application and interested to know what you can do with the new EWS Managed API and what’s new in Exchange 2010 for...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2007 Webcasts for Client Access and Web Services

    Want to learn more about Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 then Support WebCasts  are way to go. Support Webcasts are a free Internet broadcast service that is provided by Microsoft. You can view webcasts on-demand, and you can also download them in Microsoft Windows Media format for offline viewing...
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