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  • Blog Post: Feature comparison: EWS vs. EWS Managed API

    Are you a .Net Developer who develop custom application using Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API or EWS (Auto-generated proxies)? Then this is for you. The EWS Managed API provides an intuitive interface for developing client applications that use EWS. The API enables unified access to Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Download: .Net Universe 2013 Poster

    You can download the .Net Universe 2013 poster. This Poster showing the main .NET SDKs, libraries and packages classified by application type and package type (NuGet, official support, etc.). This poster shows how the trends are changing in .NET as we´re moving from a single large .NET Framework to a...
  • Blog Post: Download: Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API 2.1

    As you know that Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API provides a managed interface for developing client applications that use EWS. Click here to download the latest Microsoft Exchange Web Services Managed API 2.1 (Version 15.00.0847.032). This EWS Managed API 2.1 package contains the EWS Managed...
  • Blog Post: Download: Visual Studio 2013 Preview, .Net Framework 4.5.1 Preview

    Yesterday in the keynote session at BUILD 2013 , we announced the availability of Visual Studio 2013 Preview and .Net Framework 4.5.1 Preview which can be downloaded here . For detailed on this, I recommend you to visit Somasegar's blog for a look at what's new in this release of Visual Studio and you...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Classroom : Building Web Apps with ASP.NET Jump Start

    Hi there, You can join this Jump Start session provided by Microsoft Virtual Academy – it’s tailored for experienced application developers interested in leveraging ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2012 to offer modern apps that target modern browsers. Two of Microsoft’s most seasoned ASP.NET speakers, Scott...
  • Blog Post: Download: 101 samples for Exchange Server 2013

    Now you can download the 101 Exchange Web Service samples to download them all , or select the samples that you want and download them individually. This pack includes 101 code samples that show you how to develop Exchange 2013 solutions. The code samples in the Exchange 2013: 101 code samples package...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure – Digital Chalk Talks

    Windows Azure Virtual Machines – Part I (Windows) Corey Sanders, Principal Program Manager, Windows Azure : Learn how to create and manage Windows Virtual Machines in Windows Azure Windows Azure Virtual Machines – Part II (Linux) Henry Jerez, Sr. Program Manager, Windows Azure : Learn how to create and...
  • Blog Post: Exchange PowerShell: How to get list of mailboxes, folders, subfolders, items in folder, foldersize programmatically?

    One of my customer automated Exchange PowerShell with his .Net application. They had a requirement to enhance the functionality – to get the list of exchange mailboxes, folders and its sub folders, items in folder, foldersize. Finally it needs to be saved in .csv format. To implement this, we used...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model: How to include usemap attribute programmatically?

    In this post, I will show you how to make use of usemap attribute of img HTML element in HTML emails programmatically. For this, I used Outlook 2010 VBA & Outlook Object Model. You can design the application with C# or VB.Net with Outlook Object Model library as per your wish. We will do this exercise...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2007, 2010: How to query user mailboxes, its permissions using Exchange PowerShell?

    In Exchange Server 2007/2010, you can use Exchange PowerShell cmdlets (especially using Get-Mailbox, Get-MailboxPermission, Get-ADPermission, Get-MailboxFolderPermission) to get a verity of info. I played with couple of the below in different scenarios and want to share the same with you – so that you...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model: How to assign a Webpage to a specific Outlook folder programmatically?

    In this post we will see how to assign a web page to a specific Outlook folder programmatically using C# and Outlook Object Model. For this I tried the following sample, which checks for a folder named “HtmlView” in Microsoft Office Outlook. If the folder does not exist, the code creates the folder and...
  • Blog Post: Debug : Workaround - Remote debugging monitor (msvsmon.exe) error on Windows 7

    I was playing around debugging a custom app in one of my Windows 7 & Visual Studio 2010. When I tried running msvsmon.exe (Remote Debugging Monitor) and got the following error message when attempting to remote debug: Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging. This operation...
  • Blog Post: Developer Webcasts on Exchange Server 2010 programming

    Please find the developer webcasts for Exchange Server 2010. If you're planning to create your own custom application using Exchange Server 2010, i would recommend you to start from this. Exchange Server 2010 Development (Part 1 of 6): Migrating Applications to Exchange Web Services In this Webcast,...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Programming: How to retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder?

    Recently one of my customer updated that he got a requirement to programmatically retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder to be implemented part of his application. We tried the following steps -  Will show you how you can programmatically retrieve unread messages from any Outlook folder...
  • Blog Post: Download: Exchange Server 2001 SP1 standalone help

    You can download a standalone version of Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Help, which may help you plan, deploy and manage your Exchange 2010 SP1 organization.
  • Blog Post: Feedback: Go Live, VS 2010 SP1, .Net Framework 4 KB2162169 Beta

    We are pleased to declare that Visual Studio (VS) 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta and the .NET Framework 4 KB2162169 Beta will be supported as a “go live” release. This means that this software has met high standards of quality for a pre-release, and we are licensing it for developing and deploying production...
  • Blog Post: How to: Determine which Microsoft .Net Framework version and service pack installed?

    This is one of our frequent question: How to determine which version(s) and service pack level(s) of the Microsoft .NET Framework are installed? You can use the registry information below to determine which version(s) and service pack level(s) of the Microsoft .NET Framework are installed. .NET Framework...
  • Blog Post: Hotfix: Failure Sending mail error with System.Net.Mail (.Net Framework 4.0) while sending large attachment

    Recently one of my customer ran into an issue with his application used to send email messages using System.Net.Mail.SmtpClient (SNM) API. He used Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0. It’s a pretty simple code, //Sample C# code snippet using System.Net.Mail API SmtpClient MyClient = new SmtpClient...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server Utility : PFDAVAdmin update is released

    I use PFDAVAdmin  utility [Exchange Server Public Folder Distributed Authoring and Versioning (DAV)-based Administration tool]  to perform various management tasks related to public folders and mailboxes. An updated version of the PFDAVAdmin tool has been released to the web on 04/06/2010 ...
  • Blog Post: System.Net.Mail: Mail sent via Network delivery throws exception “Command not implemented/supported”

    One of the customer reported that whenever he tries to send e-mail by using System.Net.Mail API they get the following error “System.Net.Mail.SmtpException error message: Command not implemented. The server response was: Command not Supported ” I had a look at the application. They built a Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Coding practices : Outlook automation using VB.Net

    You can try when you do programming with VB.Net and Outlook automation: When you start automation code by declaring object variables with a specific object type that represents the top-level object and then declaring any child objects you want to reference. Dim olApp As Outlook.Application ...
  • Blog Post: Download : Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate

    The Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate was released last week to MSDN subscribers. Microsoft updated that the download would be made available to the public shortly afterwards. The downloads are now available for the public as well. Visual Studio 2010 offers many improvements over the current...
  • Blog Post: Best Practices : How to quit Outlook application after automation from Visual Studio .NET client?

    When you automate a Microsoft Outlook application from Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft Visual C# .NET, the Outlook application does not quit when you call the Quit method. You can notice the application is closed, but still if we notice either the application or Outlook is running in behind...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in System.Net.Mail & .Net Framework 4.0?

    There are new enhancements to SMTP support for .NET 4.0 - in the area of Unicode support and increased standards compliance, which is an important aspect in ensuring that legitimate emails do not get flagged as spam, as well as a few other useful features. + Decreased likelihood of being accidentally...
  • Blog Post: CDOEXM & C#.Net : How to mail-disable public folders in Exchange Server 2003 SP2 – Native Mode?

    I created this code snippet, which helps us to mail-disable in the Exchange Server 2003 SP2 (Native mode) – public folders. For this i tried this, i used C#.Net & CDOEXM. In this below code, i try to mail-disable the public folder named “publicfolder1”. I used Visual Studio.Net 2008, C#.Net and CDOEXM...
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