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  • Blog Post: OAuth2 in action with the release of Office 365 Calendar, Contacts and Mail

    I bet everyone is equally excited like me to have the Office 365 API out of preview and generally available to start building super cool apps. For those entrepreneurs that worked with us through the preview, my colleague Rohit Agarwal posted a blog that summarizes the changes done to the Calendar, Contacts...
  • Blog Post: Announcement: Exchange Dev blog has moved

    This is the final Exchange Dev blog post. We’ve moved to the Office Developer blog, in this new location: http://blogs.office.com/dev RSS feed: http://blogs.office.com/feed/?filter-audience=dev Please join us in this new location to keep reading all the latest news about Exchange development...
  • Blog Post: EWS Managed API 2.2 now available

    If you're reading this, the EWS Managed API 2.2 is available for download. This version doesn't add much to the 2.1 version , but if you're working with attachments in a mail app , these changes were made with your scenario in mind. The 2.2 release adds an Attachment property to the GetAttachmentResponse...
  • Blog Post: Using OAuth2 to access Calendar, Contact and Mail API in Office 365 Exchange Online

    I am excited to announce that finally EWS in Exchange Online as part of Office 365 exposes a RESTful API for Calendar, Contact and Mail that uses OAuth2 for authorization. In this blog I want to briefly describe Exchange's underlying OAuth2 implementation and how to use OAuth2 to access the new Calendar...
  • Blog Post: What’s new in Exchange 2013 SP1

    You might have heard the news that Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) and the EWS Managed API 2.1 are now available. And you might be asking, what does that mean for me – and more importantly, what does that mean for my applications? Here's the low down. For the Exchange 2013 SP1 release: ...
  • Blog Post: Hot off the press! Synchronization and Notifications in Exchange Online and Exchange 2013

    Last week, we added the following new content to the Exchange Online and Exchange 2013 development section on MSDN: Notification subscriptions, mailbox events, and EWS in Exchange Mailbox synchronization and EWS in Exchange This includes information about the affinity scenario for notifications...
  • Blog Post: Get Into Programming with Exchange Online as part of Office 365

    Microsoft Exchange Online as part of Microsoft Office 365 provides many of the same app-development capabilities that are available for Microsoft Exchange Server running on-site. The Exchange Developer Documentation team is pleased to announce the release of a new Exchange Online Developer Center page...
  • Blog Post: Now Available – Exchange Server 2010 SP1 SDKs, October 2010

    The Exchange Developer Documentation Team is happy to announce the October 2010 release of the Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) SDKs. If you’ve been keeping up with our SDK releases, then you know that we already released a lot of new information about Exchange 2010 SP1 back in June. The updates...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2010 SDKs March 2010 Update

    I’m pleased to announce that we’ve just posted updates for many of the Exchange 2010 SDKs, and even added a new one! When the SDK team isn’t publishing those massive Exchange Server protocol documents, we spend our time updating the SDKs, and this March we have a great pre-spring bunch of them. Be sure...
  • Blog Post: The December SDK is Here!

    I am happy to announce that the December 2008 release of the Exchange Server 2007 SP1 SDK is available. And now, a Haiku for you. Released new content. Updated topics for you. Go get the goods here .
  • Blog Post: Learn about the Exchange Web Services Managed API and how Exchange is getting “Cloud Ready” at PDC’08

    Those of you who have already made plans to catch PDC ’08 in L.A. at the end of October be sure to catch the Exchange Web Services Managed API: Unified Communications Development for Exchange session . This exciting talk will be the coming out party for the managed API; it will be the first time that...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Web Services Update Rollup 4 Roundup

    We have just released update rollup 4 (RU4) for Exchange 2007 SP1 . This rollup fixes some bugs in Exchange Web Services (EWS), and introduces some behavior changes to EWS to allow customers and partners the flexibility to accomplish some key scenarios. If you have written code against Exchange Web Services...
  • Blog Post: Erratum - Exchange Server 2007 SP1 SDK November 2007 Readme

    The Readme for the November 2007 release of the Exchange Server 2007 SP1 SDK include an error. The following statement in the Readme is incorrect: By default, the Setup wizard installs the Exchange Server 2007 SP1 SDK Documentation and Samples on the drive that contains the operating system (usually...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2007 SDK has been updated!

    The Exchange Developer Documentation Team is happy to announce the July 2007 release of the Exchange Server 2007 SDK. Read the What's New topic to find out what we added in this release. If you’re working with Exchange Web Services, review the new documentation that covers some of the autogenerated proxy...
  • Blog Post: New and improved - We updated the TechReady 2007 Talk article download

    If you downloaded the code samples for the Exchange Server Developer Center article TechReady 2007 Talk: Developing With Exchange Web Services , you probably had some problems building the projects, because some of the files didn't make it into the download packages. We've corrected that and the updated...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Developer Documentation Team Wants YOU!

    If you’re reading this, you’re VERY likely a developer with at least some Exchange experience. Well, we need you. Really. The Exchange Developer Documentation team has an open position for a Programming Writer. If you want to help improve the Exchange Developer Center , if you want to write cool code...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office Workflow Designer for Exchange is no longer available

    Starting in May 2007, the Workflow Designer for Exchange, and the Exchange SDK Workflow Application Templates will no longer be available for download. Support for existing installations of the Workflow Designer for Exchange (ExWFD) and templates will continue until support for Microsoft Exchange Server...
  • Blog Post: Using SQL Server Table-Valued User-defined Functions with Exchange Web Services

    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...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to the Microsoft Exchange Development Blog

    Hi, and welcome to the Microsoft Exchange Development Blog . This post kicks off a new avenue for getting information to you about Microsoft Exchange development. We (the Exchange SDK UE team) coordinate the Microsoft Exchange Development Blog and are made up of our Documentation Manager, Thom Randolph...
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