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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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...
26 Sep 2008
System.Net.Mail with SSL to authenticate against port 465
Sending mail using System.Net.Mail with SSL will fail: System.Net. NetworkCredential aCred = new System.Net. NetworkCredential ( "myacct" , "mypassword" ); SmtpClient smtp = new SmtpClient ( "smtp.mail.myserver.com" , 465); smtp.EnableSsl = true ; smtp.UseDefaultCredentials = false ; ...
2 Jun 2008
Howto: WebDAV PROPFIND using VB.NET
' This example shows how to do a PROPFIND using VB.NET ‘ VB.NET PROPFIND ‘ TODO: Create a VB.NET winform with a button and a big multiline text box ‘ TODO: Add references to System.Web, System.XML and System.IO ‘ TODO: Add the code to the form. ‘ TODO: Do the TODO sections in the code. Imports...
12 Mar 2008
CDO 1.21 and Unicode Text (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc)
CDO 1.21 and Unicode Text (Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc) Having issues using CDO 1.21 with multi-byte (unicode) languages such as Japanese, Korean, Chinese? Do you want a way to create an appointment item with Japanese text using CDO 1.21? This is not as straight-forward as it should be, here...
14 Feb 2008
Handling results of calling Powershell - Multivalued and string arrays.
When calling PowerShell from managed code, you need to be aware of what is being returned and to not process properties returned always as strings. When you get information you were not expecting or no info returned from the call, you should look at TypeNameOfValue and see what is returned - this often...
8 Feb 2008
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