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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) 2014 - Recordings

    As I updated earlier, MEC 2014 concluded in Austin, Texas -  MEC2014 delivered the latest content for Office 365 Exchange Online and Exchange on-premises customers. Content is delivered across tracks including: Architecture; Deployment & Migration; eDiscovery and Compliance; Exchange Extensibility;...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Dev: Algorithms to calculate the Store Hash Number and encode EntryID, AttachmentId

    In MSDN, I came across the following two posts as part of Store API which talks about two algorithms that Microsoft Office Outlook uses, Algorithm to Calculate the Store Hash Number to calculate a store hash number based on the store mapping signature or entry ID and the store file name… Algorithm to...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Programming : How to get the SMTP Address of the Sender of a Mail Item using Outlook Object Model?

    Recently I was assisting an developer who used Outlook Object Model (OOM) API and tried to get the SMTP address of the Sender of a given mail item. In order to get the values, he first made the following OOM call – it worked fine for him for couple of mail items, but fails to get the SMTP value as given...
  • Blog Post: Office Developer : Outlook & VBA Programming # 2

    In addition to previous article, I would suggest you to have a look at the related articles for reference/samples etc: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Inside Out 101 VBA samples for Office 2010 VBA for Office developers Office 2003 Editions: Outlook VBA Language Reference Automating Outlook from a Visual...
  • Blog Post: Office Developer : Outlook & VBA Programming # 1

    By using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), a simple but powerful programming language that you can use to extend Office 2010 applications with new capabilities and automate repeated tasks. I remember VBA is used for a long time in Microsoft Office based applications. I thought to combine the list...
  • Blog Post: Office Developer: Microsoft Office 2010 Interactive Developer Map

    Are you looking for Office 2010 Developer map? Here we go….The Microsoft Office 2010 Interactive Developer Map is a Silverlight application that helps developers visualize the different kinds of applications, services, client/server data-access technologies, on-premise servers, platform products and...
  • Blog Post: Outlook 2010 Developer Series: Developing a Real Outlook Social Connector Provider

    The Outlook Social Connector is a set of new features to help keep track of your friends and colleagues while enabling you to grow your professional network. The Outlook Social Connector is available now as part of the Microsoft Office 2010. The Outlook Social Connector (OSC) brings social views of your...
  • Blog Post: General: Training materials for Outlook 2010

    Please find the list of training materials for Outlook 2010…. Make the switch to Outlook 2010 Training Switch from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. This course explains how to do familiar tasks, such as send e-mail messages and use the calendar. Tame your Inbox: Organize messages by conversation Training...
  • 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: 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: Outlook Object Model 2010: Programmatically check whether the search is synchronous or not?

    In Outlook 2010, you have a way to check whether the search is synchronous or asynchronous or not. Just created a small code snippet (below) for the reference – you can notice that I just call the application.IsSearchSynchronous() and pass the look in folder which want to try. The path name of the folders...
  • Blog Post: My View on Microsoft Office Binary File Format validator (beta) utility - Post # 1

    What I tried ? Sometime earlier i reviewed (tried) the new command-line utility Microsoft Office Binary File Format Validator (beta) – which helps to to validate binary file format files for the following files and applications: .doc files (Microsoft Word 97/2000/2003 and file formats supported by Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Office 2010 SP1 (Outlook) improvements

    Improvements of Office 2010 (Outlook) SP1 improvements : Outlook 2010 SP1 includes Office 365 support. Outlook 2010 SP1 can be set to always use the default sending account. Fixes an issue in which the snooze time does not reset between appointments Related info : Please note that from yesterday Outlook...
  • Blog Post: What you mean by Recommended vs. Supported vs. Deprecated vs. Deemphasized?

    When we talk to customers they want to know what is the difference between Recommended, Supported, Deprecated and deemphasized means. This is already well explained in Patrick’s what unsupported mean article. In simple terms, “Recommended vs. Supported” means, Supported usually means well tested Support...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Object Model: Handling mailbox items - read or unread - from any folder

    Being Exchange/Office developer, you make use of Outlook Object Model (OOM) API to can handle the mailbox items programmatically and process as per your wish. Let me walkthrough through this sample: 'Declaration block Dim iOut As Outlook.Application Dim iNs As Outlook.NameSpace Dim iFldr As Outlook...
  • Blog Post: KB : Outlook Object Model (OOM) limitations

    I found this knowledge base article which talks about known limitation you may encounter with the Microsoft Outlook Object model. I found this interesting excerpt, “…unlike other Microsoft Office programs that have “full” object models, such as Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel, the Outlook object model...
  • Blog Post: Can we change the Mouse pointer to an Hourglass in Outlook?

    Many of us want to know whether any options exists to change the Mouse pointer to an Hourglass or custom of their own in Outlook? Per support knowledge base article , “…You cannot control the appearance of the mouse pointer using the Outlook object model. If you are writing code within Outlook that takes...
  • Blog Post: Developer Webcasts: Mastering programmer series using Microsoft Office Project Server

    Hello Office developers, Please find the series of MSDN Webcast targeted for developers/software application programmers who use Microsoft Office Project Server programming. You can find the variety of programming options starting from its Architecture, Interface programming, Interface Web services,...
  • Blog Post: My View : Office 2010, what’s up, buddy?

    Whenever our discussion turns towards Office 2010, most of my customers ask, “What’s up with Office 2010? Any new features? Some thing new for end users? What’s up buddy?” There are many new features, user experiences available with each application/product of Office 2010 suite, which i reported couple...
  • Blog Post: Release-to-Manufacturing (RTM) : Office 2010, SharePoint 2010, Visio 2010 and Project 2010

    Earlier this year Microsoft announced that they will officially launch Office 2010 to the business customers on May 12 with Stephen Elop, President of Microsoft’s Business Division, delivering a keynote as part of our virtual launch. The virtual launch will allow people from around the globe to participate...
  • Blog Post: Office Development : Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office available for download

    After almost two years and involved the release of four Technical Previews, Zeyad announced the worldwide availability of the Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office . The Open XML SDK plays an integral part in creating Office document solutions that work on the client or server. The Open XML SDK allows...
  • Blog Post: Download : Outlook 2010 - Developer reference

    If you’re the Office/Messaging developer and use Outlook 2010 beta for developing applications, then this article is for you. Microsoft published Outlook 2010 – Developer reference . These developer references are in HxS format, as opposed to CHM format. It also contain related information about the...
  • 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: Where i can find the Macros & Visual Basic Editor in new Microsoft Outlook 2010?

    Couple of Outlook 2010 beta users reported that they can’t find the old VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) and Visual Basic Editor in new Outlook 2010? Whether the feature is removed? With respect to my last blog post , VBA is available with Outlook 2010. Let me explain in-detail. We know about how...
  • Blog Post: Recycling bits : Developer roadmap for Office 2007

    Recently one of my customer(developer) is looking for Developer roadmap for Office 2007 and its relevant documents. During the search, i found the following information and want to share with you. There are lot of new technologies like [ribbon customizations, XML file formats, Outlook form regions, SharePoint...
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