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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: EWS Java API - The story gets better... Open Source!!!

    If you have been doing development with Exchange Web Services (EWS) and develop with Java there has been an API which could be used called the EWS Java API. In the past I've been asked about how often it got updated and if it might get made open source. The answers we could provide were to check the...
  • Blog Post: February release of EwsEditor 1.8.0.32423

    I continued work on the EWS POST window and added many more EWS POST samples. The EWS POST window had some minor fixes one and also many more EWS samples have been added - there are now well over 100. A window which can send email using System.Net.Mail sends email to an SMTP port or to an SMTP...
  • Blog Post: January release of EWSEditor 1.7.5.32013

    I've been expanding EWSEditor so that it can be used for EWS calls which the Exchange Managed API 2.0 cannot handle. A new EWS POST windows has been added in addition to a lot of sample requests. The project was also ported to Visual Studio 2013 and .NET 4.5 is now used. Below is more information on...
  • Blog Post: December 2013 releases of EwsEditor - 1.7.3.27070 and 1.7.4.31181

    Earlier this year I took over EwsEditor from its prior owner and have been updating it to update it for Exchange 2013 and include additional processing. This month did two releases of changes and fixes. If you are not familiar with EwsEditor then be aware that its a very large sample of code written...
  • Blog Post: Announcing EwsRelentless 1.0

    This is a sample/tool I wrote in order to check the behavior of Exchange when a heavy load is put against it. You need to exercise caution and take responsibility for the code and the apps behavior if you decide to use it since it can throw so much of a load against a CAS that it can bring the server...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Autodiscover Checker

    A while back I wrote a basic application which did Autodiscover using the Exchange Managed API and provided some minimal logging. The tool is called Autodiscover Checker and the full code for it can be found on code.msdn.microsoft.com. Over time I have added a lot more to this application by adding more...
  • Blog Post: Howto: Set the organizer of a meeting on the calendar of an attendee using EWS.

    I would like to say that this is something which is easily possible - however, I cannot. Setting the organizer directly in code is not supported. Historically, having the organizer over-writable has caused some pretty bad situations for customers. When a meeting is created, the organizer property is...
  • Blog Post: Howto: Example to retrieve the body property of a message using the Exchange Managed API.

    public string GetItemMime(ItemId oItemId) { string sReturn = string.Empty; PropertySet oMimePropertySet = new PropertySet(ItemSchema.MimeContent); Item oItem = Item.Bind(_ExchangeService, oItemId, oMimePropertySet); return oItem.MimeContent.ToString() ; } public string GetItemMime...
  • Blog Post: Howto: Example to retrieve the html body property of a message using the Exchange Managed API.

    public string GetMessageBodyAsHtml(Item oItem) { string sRet = string.Empty; PropertySet oPropSet = new PropertySet(PropertySet.FirstClassProperties); oItem.Load(PropertySet.FirstClassProperties); PropertySet oPropSetForBodyText = new PropertySet(PropertySet.FirstClassProperties...
  • Blog Post: Howto: Example to retrieve the body property of a message using the Exchange Managed API.

    public string GetMessageBody(Item oItem, BodyType oBodyType) { string sRet = string.Empty; PropertySet oPropSet = new PropertySet(PropertySet.FirstClassProperties); oItem.Load(PropertySet.FirstClassProperties); PropertySet oPropSetForBodyText = new PropertySet(PropertySet.FirstClassProperties...
  • Blog Post: GetUserAvailability errors with non-DST timezones using the Exchange Managed API 1.0.

    If you see "The Month parameter must be in the range 1 through 12." thrown using the 1.0 version of the Exchange Managed API when dealing with non-DST timezones, then you should look at upgrading to the 1.1 version of the Exchange Managed API - the issue should be fixed in that version.
  • Blog Post: EWS has "More Happy" now - EWS Managed API and EWSEditor.

    Want to make working with Exchange Web Services (EWS) much easier to work with? There is a new API and new tool which can help. No matter which way you are doing or going to be doing EWS calls, you should be familiar with both the Exchange Web Services Managed API and EWSEditor. Exchange Web Services...
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