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August 28th, 2014 update: The EWS Java API is now available on GitHub as an open source project, ews-java-api. For more details, see the new blog post on http://blogs.office.com/dev.
The EWS Java API 1.2 is now available, with added support for functionality in Exchange Server 2010 SP2. It also includes an important update to the license terms that affects what you can do with the source code and the redistribution terms.
Feature-wise, we’ve implemented the following updates to the EWS Java API, which might be of interest to you:
For more information about what's new in the EWS Java API 1.2, see the release notes included in the download.
In some ways, the biggest change is that we have updated the license terms to give you a bit more freedom to customize the EWS Java API. The license updates enable you, the licensee, to do the following:
As always, be sure to review the authoritative license terms for details.
Hopefully, these more flexible terms will open more possibilities for you to incorporate Exchange integration into your products. This update has been a long time coming, so start up your IDE, rev up your (private) code repository, and take off using the latest EWS Java API!