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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: 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: OWA Single-sign-on support

    OWA 2010 and prior is considered non-extensible as far as Microsoft is concerned in the area of doing single-sign-on programmatically. The exception to this would be when a person is in-network and uses their existing network credentials to access OWA through Windows Authentication. Please understand...
  • Blog Post: OWA Web Part in an iFrame sample

    I have not seen any examples of using OWA parts in an iFrame. However, I wrote such a sample recently and wanted to share it. The full OWA UI in an iFrame is not supported and its expected that doing so may fail at any given point and at different points depending upon the service pack and hotfix...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Developer Support does not write or maintain customer production code.

    Microsoft Developer Support does not write or maintain customer production code. If you want Microsoft to do the changes and implement production code, then MCS would be the more appropriate Microsoft organization. Also, you could engage a Microsoft Partner, or any other third party developer entity...
  • Blog Post: Links on Common PowerShell Automation Questions

    I've put together a list of articles which cover common questions on Exchange PowerShell Automation. These links cover issues from starting out to common problems. I hope they help. Please let me know if there are others you see as important. Starting articles on automation: Using Exchange...
  • Blog Post: What's covered by support? General questions and answers.

    Customers sometime have a misunderstanding of what is covered when supported is provided. So, I’ve put together a link covering common areas for all to read. I would suggest starting with the link below to get an understanding on what is supported to understand some of the basics of supportability. ...
  • Blog Post: Comparing strings - a few samples

    I thought I would share some simple sample code which is useful for finding problems in string content. Here are three methods I wrote which are useful to see whats in a string and differences between strings. I use these with a simple program which uses two text boxes for pasting text into and a third...
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