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: WebStoreExplore 1.8.3 is now public

    In the past, the team I belong to has made vailable "super samples" which provide a broad range of coverage-by-example around specific messaging APIs - these are often referred to as API Explorers. Two examples of these are MFCMAPI (for Extended MAPI) and EWSEditor (Exchange Web Services). There is a...
  • Blog Post: How to work with Item and Folder Permissions using WebDAV?

    Permissions to folders and items can be read and changed via WebDAV using an XML descriptor. It’s also possible to use other APIs such as ADO update security settings. An XML descriptor is an XML document in a string which describes security permissions to an item or folder. A PROPFIND is used to read...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: HOWTO: Send Email With Attachment Using VB and WebDAV

    To send an email with WebDAV, you will you will need to create/recreate the item with a WEBDAV PUT using the MIME of the message. It gets tricky when working with attachments. To get around the complexity of sending an email with an attachment, you may want to look at using CDOSYS to build the message...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to WebDAV 101

    Welcome to WebDAV 101. Here you will find information on WebDAV and other Messaging APIS which you might not find elsewhere. WebDAV 101 Training/White Paper: Attached is a document which provides a good introduction to WebDav for Exchange. It's bascily a white paper or training paper on WebDAV...
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