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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: Detecting Heap Corruption Using GFlags and Dumps

    Heap corruption is very bad since it means that memory in the process is smashed (overwritten). This typically occurs when an application allocates a block of heap memory of a given size and then writes to memory addresses beyond the requested size of the heap block. Heap corruption can also occur when...
  • Blog Post: Detecting Application Memory leaks in Unmanaged C++ with 4 lines of code:

    I had written this up for my team a while back and thought I would share.... We have customers who suspect memory leaks in our APIs. Their only clues are that memory grows and that they are using one of our APIs. One big problem is finding out if it’s their code or our API. Well, we need try doing...
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