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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  • Blog Post: Howto: CDOSYS/C# Sending an ICS file

    Todo: 1) Open an appointment in Outlook. Save to file as an .ICS file. 2) Create a C# project and add the code below. 3) Do the TODO sections. 'TODO: Add a refernce to CDOSYS using System.IO; private void btnSendUsingIcs_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e) { string sFrom = " me@mycompany.com...
  • Blog Post: Whats not supported with WebDAV?

    Ahhh thats a big one... What is supported: • Non-recurring appointments • Contacts in Microsoft Outlook that you create or modify • Folders that you create in Outlook and in Exchange 2000 Server or Exchange Server 2003 • E-mail messages that you create or modify "All other tasks that use the WebDAV...
  • Blog Post: Howto: Get the MIME of an item from a mailbox.

    This VBSript sample uses WebDAV to read the mime of a message item and write it to disk. dim sHREF dim sUserName dim sPassword dim sResponse dim HttpWebRequest dim sHREF dim sUserName dim sPassword dim sResponse dim HttpWebRequest sHREF = " http://myserver/exchange/Administrator/Inbox/testabcd...
  • Blog Post: Building VCALENDAR content without an Microsoft API is not supported by MS.

    While Microsoft products follow many RFC guidelines for VCALENDAR/iCAL, it does not mean that they support development of VCALENDAR/iCAL directly. Microsoft has APIs which can build and read such content. Working with those APIs is supported; however working with VCALENDAR/iCAL text programmatically...
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