Exchange API-spottingThom Randolph
A just-posted technical article by Jim Kleewein and Ray Dixon describes how to combine the SQL Server Tables and Exchange Web Services to access your Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Inbox data from Microsoft SQL Server™ 2005. This cool integration enables you to provide data from both Microsoft Exchange and SQL Server to client applications so that the data appears as if it were stored in SQL Server. As the article show, this creates some exciting development scenarios. You can find the article here.
Reading this kind of stuff almost makes we wish I was a consultant again...I say almost because then
If i was to use build a custom message client. Would it be an advantage to use SQL Server Table-Valued User-defined Functions with Exchange Web Services or should it be a combination?