The new EWS Managed API 2.0 is ready for prime time, and discovering how to use all the new Exchange Server 2013 features just got easier.

The EWS Managed API developer reference content has been updated to include descriptions, summaries, return values, and applicability statements for all new members.
In most cases, the updated member topics are for features that are new in Exchange 2013, but some existing members have been updated to reflect new functionality as well.  

For a list of new and updated types and member topics, see New EWS Managed API content. To find the EWS Managed API developer reference content, see EWS Managed API  namespaces.

The new and updated EWS Managed API reference content supports the following new Exchange 2013 features:

  • eDiscovery
  • Archiving
  • Retention policies
  • Mail apps for Outlook

For more information about these features, see the article New features in the EWS Managed API.

For information about the EWS Managed API 2.0, see the Exchange API-spotting post,
EWS Managed API 2.0 – now released!

For a great article that explains how to get conversation items from an Exchange mailbox by using the EWS Managed API,
check out How to: Get conversation items by using the EWS Managed API.

Don’t forget to check out our collection of code samples to help you develop Exchange 2013 applications by
using EWS Managed API. Currently, 38 code samples are available; check back for more. For a list of the current code samples, 
see EWS Managed API code samples.