Dan's WebDAV 101
This blog covers Messaging API development for Exchange and Outlook. My name is Daniel Bagley, I'm on the Messaging Developer Team.
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Sample: Howto display a list of calendar items in ListView using EWS
Here is a helpful sample of using EWS to get a list of calendar items and displaying them in a ListView. You should be able to use this with he sample I published prior on creating a CalendarView: Sample: Using Calendar Views with EWS. http://blogs.msdn.com/webdav_101/archive/2009/01/05...
9 Jan 2009
Sample: Using Calendar Views with EWS.
When working with Exchange Web Services (EWS) to do calendaring operations, you will likely run into the need to define calendar views. A calendar view is a restriction/filer on the timespan of appointments and meetings you want to see in the calendar. To a beginner, how defining a calendar view properly...
5 Jan 2009
How do I work with Tasks using WebDAV.
WebDAV was not designed for working with outlook specific items such as Tasks and is not supported. To work with tasks, you will to reverse-engineer the solution and in order to construct the proper XML to be used for a PROPPATCH/PROPFIND. Tasks are supported to be worked with using Outlook Object Model...
12 Mar 2008
CDO 1.21 and Unicode Text (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc)
CDO 1.21 and Unicode Text (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc) Having issues using CDO 1.21 with multi-byte (unicode) languages such as Japanese, Korean, Chinese? Do you want a way to create an appointment item with Japanese text using CDO 1.21? This is not as straight-forward as it should be, here...
14 Feb 2008
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