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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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  • Blog Post: Showing custom properties or custom forms on an a device which uses EAS.

    I was recently asked by a customer if there was a way to get custom properties to be displayed in a message on EAS Devices. The short answer is no. First, a bit about ActiveSync... Exchange Server ActiveSync (EAS) is a low-level binary protocol which is heavily licensed. All commercialized development...
  • Blog Post: Outlook slow opening folders with custom store.

    If you are experiencing slow behavior by Outlook, it may be due to crawling. Crawling in this case refers to when Outlook will go through your folders. Custom store providers will often run into this issue since they often are providing the ability to store a massive amount of items and crawling kills...
  • Blog Post: Example of setting headers with System.Web.Mail

    //============================ Optional Settings ======================== if (this.Priority.Length != 0) { if (this.Priority == "Non Urgent") { oMsg.Priority = System.Web.Mail.MailPriority.Low; }; if (this.Priority == "Normal") { oMsg.Priority = System.Web.Mail.MailPriority.Normal; }; if (this.Priority...
  • Blog Post: Example of setting headers with CDOSYS

    //============================ Optional Settings ======================== if (this.Priority.Length != 0) { // Well... it seems that priority is not what needs to be set to get priority set... // Looks like setting importance will set priority... at least for cdosys... hmmm if (this.Priority == "Non...
  • Blog Post: Example of setting headers with System.Net.Mail

    Here is a partial sample on setting header fields with System.Net.Mail: //============================ Instance Message =========================== oMsg = new System.Net.Mail.MailMessage(); //============================ Optional Settings =========================== if (this.Priority.Length...
  • Blog Post: How to use PS_INTERNET_HEADERS with cdo 1.21 for custom properties.

    'This example uses PS_INTERNET_HEADERS for setting a custom property const smbx="mymailbox" ' TODO: Change const ssrv="myserver" ' TODO: Change const mycdoInetPset = "8603020000000000C000000000000046" const myXheader = "X-SPAM" ' TODO: Change to your property set oses=createobject("mapi.session...
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