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  • Blog Post: MAPI Developer: API elements deprecated in Outlook 2013

    Are you an MAPI developer? Then, this article is targetted for you. The API elements (like, IXPLogon::RegisterOptions, OPTIONDATA, OPTIONCALLBACK, IMAPISession::MessageOptions, IMAPISession::QueryDefaultMessageOpt, IAddrBook::RecipOptions, IAddrBook::QueryDefaultRecipOpt)  are deprecated in Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2010: Migrating CDO based application to Outlook Object Model(OOM) library

    Recently one of my developer customer migrated from Outlook 2003 to 2010. He tried running the custom application (uses CDO & Outlook 2003) in Outlook 2010. It throws the error “ActiveX component can’t create object”.  Using the following test sample, I can reproduce the exact issue at my end...
  • Blog Post: An insight @ Internet Explorer 10 Platform Preview

    IE10 – Platform Preview ? IE10 Platform Preview is released periodically to give web developers, designers, and enthusiasts an advanced look at what’s to come in the next major release of Internet Explorer. Want to try IE 10 Platform Preview ? If you want to download and try Internet Explorer Platform...
  • Blog Post: VS 2010: Increase IntelliSense performance using Windows Automation API

    The Windows Automation API library enables accessibility tools, test automations, and pen services to access a standard user interface across operating system versions. Do you know applications that use Windows Automation APIs can significantly decrease Microsoft Visual Studio IntelliSense performance...
  • Blog Post: Part 1 : Developer Roadmap – Development Technologies for Exchange Server 2010

    This two part article is targeted for the developer audience, if you’re the developer who want to create a develop custom application for Exchange Server 2010 or already has custom application designed for previous versions of Exchange Server 2010. Some Exchange programming technologies that are available...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model changes : Outlook 2010 Object Model and its Earlier Versions?

    With respect to my previous blog post , i want to add more information regarding the Outlook Object Model changes. Being Messaging developer, it’s a must for us to understand and keep in-track, Outlook 2010 Object Model changes available since earlier versions. I request you to refer the MSDN article...
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2010 : Outlook Object Model enhancements & Changes

    Outlook Object Model Changes Per Randy’s reference , the Outlook object model has new objects, properties, methods, and events that support new Outlook 2010 features programmatically. Other improvements to the object model address frequent developer requests for specific changes to the Outlook platform...
  • Blog Post: Update : Technologies not available with Exchange 2010 & their migration reference(s)

    Some development technologies that shipped/available in earlier versions of Exchange Server are not included in Exchange 2010. The following technologies were removed from Exchange 2007: Exchange providers for Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Collaboration Data Objects for Exchange Management...
  • Blog Post: Download : Windows API code pack for .Net Framework

    The Code Pack is a source-code library that provides access to the new Windows 7 features (and some related Windows Vista features) from managed code. These features are not available to developers today in the .NET Framework. Minimum .NET Framework version required to use this library is 3.5. The individual...
  • Blog Post: Windows Mobile : Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Tool Kit available

    If you’re a Windows Mobile developer, then this is for you. While this has been a much-awaited release for the developer community, some confusion has arisen in the media. To clarify, the Windows Mobile 6.5 Developer Tool Kit (DTK) is not an SDK. The DTK contains emulators, gesture APIs, and samples...
  • Blog Post: Download Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API 1.0 Beta

    If you’re developer who use Microsoft Exchange Web Services to develop client applications, then this is for you to download and play around with it. The Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS) Managed API 1.0 Beta provides a managed interface for developing client applications that use Exchange Web Services...
  • Blog Post: Customizing OWA 2007 language settings

    With the continuation of the previous blogpost , today we’re going to see how we can use Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access or the Exchange Management Shell to configure language settings for Outlook Web Access in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Microsoft have provided various options to customize the...
  • Blog Post: Migrating CDOEXM based custom applications

    As you know Collaboration Data Objects for Exchange Management or CDOEXM is used to create applications that manage Exchange servers, databases, public folders, and user mailboxes. It provides the fundamental Component Object Model (COM) classes and interfaces that are used to manage the Exchange store...
  • Blog Post: .Net & COM: How to consume managed type from COM?

    In order to consume the managed type from COM, do the follow the steps given below: Please refer Register assemblies with COM . Generally types in an assembly (and type libraries) must be registered at design time. If an installer does not register the assembly, instruct COM developers to use Regasm...
  • Blog Post: API's that are not included in Exchange Server 2007 ?

    When you migrated from Microsoft Exchange 2000 & 2003, where they provide several API's that are not included in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Please find the following API's that are not included in the Exchange Server 2007 environment & the recommended technologies to migrate to. APIs...
  • Blog Post: Available public : List of exported Outlook APIs - definitions, data structures, functions & interfaces

    As described in the MSDN article , Microsoft Office Outlook exports the following definitions, data structures, functions, and interfaces that were originally designed for internal use but are now exposed for public consumption. Definitions: Constants for Exported Outlook APIs Data structures: CONTAB_ENTRYID...
  • Blog Post: KB : Application support for WEBDAV to access Exchange Server?

    Do you know the support that is available for applications that use the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) protocol to access Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server or Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 ?   What is supported? Microsoft support the use of the WebDAV protocol for the following...
  • Blog Post: Monitoring event sink # 20 - MailMsg COM class

    MailMsg - COM Class The MailMsg COM class represents a message as it proceeds through the SMTP service. The information within the MailMsg object is persisted to some physical location such as the file system using objects and file handles provided by the installed store driver object. The...
  • Blog Post: The support guidelines for client-side messaging development

    The support guidelines for client-side messaging development This is one of the finest article describes "what is supported" and "what is not supported" when you develop custom solutions that integrate with Microsoft-based messaging products or Microsoft technologies. This article also contains most...
  • Blog Post: Developer information about the calendar changes in Outlook 2003 Service Pack 2, in Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2, and in later versions of Exchange Server and of Outlook

    Hi Exchange and Outlook developers!! I found this wonderful article , which describes a change in how Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) and later service packs, Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2), and later versions of Exchange Server and of Outlook handle meetings...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server - Technologies - FAQ

    Exchange Server - Frequently Asked Questions When we do Exchange programming with client and server versions of the Exchange Server Providers, MAPI32, EMSMDB, EMSABP and MSPST32 almost or always causes confusion. In this article, we'll discuss about the common terminologies: What is MAPI? MAPI...
  • Blog Post: Migrating from Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 APIs

    Migrating from Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 APIs I found the following article, which will help to users who want to migrate from Exchange Server 2000 and 2003 APIs to Exchange Server 2007. This article talks about Exchange 2000 Server and 2003 based several APIs that are not included in Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2003 SP2 - API Changes

    Microsoft have done changes in Exchange Server 2003 SP2. It includes new DLLs for several key APIs, and includes some key changes in behavior. While Exchange Server 2003 SP2 does not include any changes to the objects, classes, and interfaces, it does introduce key differences in how some of the APIs...
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