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  • Blog Post: New Open Specifications Landing Page UI for Implementers

    We are developing a new landing page experience for implementers who use the Open Specifications documents. Initially, these new pages will be made available parallel to the current library on the MSDN site. Eventually, we will transition to the new landing pages, but first we would like your feedback...
  • Blog Post: We have a newsletter! Have you subscribed yet?

    Some of you - especially folks who have attended our plugfests - may already be in the know, but we wanted to spread the word: We have an email newsletter! Subscribe for the latest news on upcoming interoperability plugfests and events, documentation updates, tools and resources. In each (roughly) quarterly...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2016 Preview Protocol Documentation Updates

    The document release from Tuesday of this week contained updates made to Microsoft Exchange Server Protocol and Standards documents for the Exchange Server 2016 Preview release. Because these protocols are considered beta documentation, these documents are published in PDF format only on the Preview...
  • Blog Post: Office, Skype for Business (formerly Lync), and Exchange Protocol Documentation Updates

    A few weeks ago, we made some updates to the Open Specifications technical documents for Office, Skype for Business (formerly Lync), SharePoint Products and Technologies, and Exchange protocols. For your convenience, we've listed the documents that had changes below. Highlights for this release: ...
  • Blog Post: Redmond Plugfest 2015 Event Technology Topics

    The Microsoft Interoperability team is proud to announce the technology topics for the upcoming Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest 2015 . Make sure you register today to reserve your spot at the event! Office Topics: What's New in Office? Office Add-in / Extensibility File Sharing...
  • Blog Post: Announcing a New Version of the Open Specifications Dev Center for Developers!

    We merged the Microsoft Open Specifications site with the Open Specifications Dev Center to consolidate our interoperability and Open Specifications support, provide current and relevant content from both sites, and add new and updated information. In addition, we improved navigation, applied a more...
  • Blog Post: Viewing WOPI Traffic in Action Using Message Analyzer

    This article demonstrates how to use Microsoft Message Analyzer to capture MS-WOPI protocol traffic and the payload it carries during a conversation between a SharePoint server (WOPI server) and an Office Web Apps Server (WOPI client). High-level view of the MS-WOPI Protocol As implemented in the...
  • Blog Post: Registration Now Open for Redmond Plugfest 2015!

    The Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest is a valuable event for all developers who use Microsoft Protocols. The Microsoft Interoperability team is hosting their annual Redmond Plugfest this year on June 22 nd - 26 th , 2015. This event will feature talks covering the very latest in Office...
  • Blog Post: Discovering the Underlying Office Protocols Using Microsoft Message Analyzer

    Back in September of 2014, Microsoft announced the release of a new network analysis tool, Message Analyzer (MA). According to the release announcement, MA offers developers and IT professionals a powerful new way to capture and analyze packets from an application layer perspective. This is accomplished...
  • Blog Post: Register Now for the Beijing Interoperability Seminar!

    Beijing Interoperability Seminar 2015 Please join us for the 2015 Beijing Interoperability Seminar! The event will take place on Monday and Tuesday, March 16-17, 2015. This two-day interoperability seminar is intended for developers who work with Microsoft’s Open Specification technology...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Interoperability Events Brochure

  • Blog Post: Now Announcing: Protocols Plugfest 2015

    The Microsoft Interop team is pleased to announce their involvement in the first ever Protocols Plugfest located in Europe! The event will take place on May 12 th – 14 th , 2015 in Zaragoza, Spain at the Center for Art and Technology: Etopia . This new, industry and community driven interoperability...
  • Blog Post: 敬请期待:2015北京互操作技术研讨会

    2015 北京互操作技术研讨会 下个三月,微软互操作组将在中国北京举办互操作技术研讨会! 诚邀您参加2015北京互操作技术研讨会!时间: 2015年3月16日(星期二),17日(星期三)。 请注意,日期可能微调。 此次为期两天的研讨会,专为与微软的开放文档进行相关工作的开发人员们精心准备。来自Office, Windows和SQL部门的互操作专家们将提供综合的关于微软互操作技术的演讲,演讲范围将涵盖Windows, SharePoint, Exchange协议和解析器,以及OData服务器。 您一定不想错过!请您保持关注,提前预留时间参与! 注册日期开放时间...
  • Blog Post: October 2014 Quarterly update for Office, Lync, SharePoint, and Exchange protocol documentation

    We're happy to announce the October 2014 quarterly update to the Open Specifications technical documents for Office, SharePoint Products and Technologies, and Exchange Server! For your convenience, we've listed the documents that had changes below. A summary of what was changed in each document can be...
  • Blog Post: Save the Date for the Beijing Interoperability Seminar 2015!

    2015 Beijing Interoperability Seminar Next March, the Microsoft Interop team will be hosting an interoperability event in Beijing, China! Please join us for the 2015 Beijing Interoperability Seminar! Please note that the dates have been changed slightly; the event will now take place on Tuesday...
  • Blog Post: Save the Dates for the Upcoming Year!

    Save the dates for the upcoming events! The Microsoft Interoperability teams will be attending and hosting several events in the upcoming year. Events are still in the planning stages so we want your input on what you want to see and hear this year. Some things to look forward to; great presentations...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Exchange Active Sync Test Suites

    Exchange Active Sync Test Suites It is with great pleasure that the Office Interoperability team announces the release of the Exchange Active Sync (EAS) Protocol Test Suites. The Test Suites are now available on MSConnect for everyone to download. Test suites test the server-side implementation of...
  • Blog Post: Registration Open! Windows Identity and Exchange Protocols Plugfest: April 16 - 20 2012

    The Office and Windows Interoperability teams will host a Windows Identity and Exchange Protocols Plugfest in Redmond, Washington on April 16 - 20. The five day event will cover Exchange Web Services protocols, Exchange RPC protocols, and Windows 8 Identity protocols. We are officially opening up...
  • Blog Post: Office and SharePoint Parsers v1.4 is now available

    The Office Interoperability team released version 1.4 of the Office and SharePoint Products Network Monitor Parsers . The table below outlines the changes in the v1.4 package, we have added seven new parsers and provided updates to six others. Network Monitor and the Office and SharePoint Products parsers...
  • Blog Post: June 20th-24th: Windows File Sharing and SharePoint Protocols Plugfest Event!

    The Office and Windows Interoperability Teams are hosting a free event that will cover the SharePoint front-end and Windows File Sharing protocols. Attendees will have the opportunity to: Listen to presentations from Microsoft Subject Matter Experts Meet with members of the SharePoint &...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Open Specification Learn Center!

    I am pleased to announce the formation of a new “ Learn ” center on our MSDN Open Specification web-site. The Learn center will provide information targeted at the developer community that is working with our Open Specifications . The content is fairly sparse now, however we have a handful...
  • Blog Post: Interoperability Videos and Presentations

    We have recently completed posting a collection of videos from our Office Binary File Format Plugfest Event on our MSDN Channel 9 blog. There are six presentations from the event that we posted and one presentation from a SharePoint event we hosted back in June. In addition to SharePoint and File Format...
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