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: About: Exchange Transport Agents

    API Interface: .NET and in process with Exchange transport. Business Logic: Access and modify messages in Exchange transport. Language Support: .NET Direct Property Access: Can access and change the content of messages in transport. Product Versions: Exchange 2007+ Summary: As...
  • Blog Post: About: SMTP Event Sinks

    API Interface: COM interfaces. Business Logic: SMTP event sink interfaces which allow code to read and in cases modify a message during STMP transport Language Support: Event interfaces can be implemented using managed (.NET) code or C++ Direct Property Access: N/A Product Versions: Windows...
  • Blog Post: About: SMTP Sending APIs

    Summary: Microsoft has several APIs which send email by SMTP. These 'SMTP Senders' are meant to send email to SMTP servers and do not have access to a mailboxes or public folders. Mail submitted by SMTP will not be saved into the Sent Items of the sender's mailbox. The beauty of these APIs is that...
  • Blog Post: About: System.Web.Mail (SWM)

    API Type: SMTP Sender API Interface: .NET Framework Namespace Classes. Business Logic: Sending mail via SMTP. Language Support: .NET Languages only. Direct Property Access: N/A. Product Versions: All versions of .NET Framework (as of 3.5). Summary: The System.Web.Mail namespace was...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Protocol Documentation

    Microsoft released preliminary protocol documentation for Exchange 2007 (as well as Microsoft Office 2007 and SharePoint Server) as part of Microsoft's Interoperability Principles. The Exchange protocols are now publicly available on the Open Protocol Specifications section of MSDN in preliminary form...
  • Blog Post: Exchange Protocol Documentation

    Microsoft released preliminary protocol documentation for Exchange 2007 (as well as Microsoft Office 2007 and SharePoint Server) as part of Microsoft's Interoperability Principles. The Exchange protocols are now publicly available on the Open Protocol Specifications section of MSDN in preliminary form...
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