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EWS Operations in Exchange 2010

Last modified: September 14, 2011

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 | Exchange Server 2010

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Exchange Data Service Operations
Availability Operations
Bulk Transfer Operations
Conversations Operations
Delegate Management Operations
Inbox Rules Operations
Mail Tips Operation
Messaging Records Management Operation
Message Tracking Operations
Notification Operations
Service Configuration Operation
Sharing Operations
Synchronization Operations
Time Zone Operation
Unified Messaging Operations
User Configuration Operations
Related Sections

Exchange Web Services provides many operations that enable you to access information from the Exchange store. The topics in this section provide information about the overall structure of the operations requests, responses, and error response messages. They provide an overview of how the messages are sent between the client and the server. Use these topics to debug message structures and to see what it's possible to do in an Exchange Web Services request.

The Exchange data service operations enable clients to handle and organize items, folders, and attachments, as well as resolve ambiguous names and expand distribution lists. Exchange Data Service operations include item, folder, attachment, and utilities operations.

Exchange Data Service operations include the following item operations:

Exchange Data Service operations include the following folder operations:

Exchange Data Service operations include the following attachment operations:

Exchange Data Service operations include the following utilities operations:

The availability operations improve the calendar and free/busy sharing experience by providing more secure, up-to-date, and rich free/busy information. Free/busy data is a critical component of scheduling meetings. The availability operations provide a reliable foundation for effective scheduling. Exchange Web Services includes the following availability operations:

The bulk transfer operations enable clients to stream items into and out of a mailbox. Exchange Web Services includes the following bulk transfer operations:

The conversations operations enable clients to organize and manage items in a conversation. Exchange Web Services includes the following conversation operations:

The delegate management operations enable clients to add, get, update, and remove delegates from their mailboxes. Exchange Web Services includes the following delegate management operations:

The Inbox rules operations enable clients to get Inbox rules and update them for messages on the server. Inbox rules are sets of conditions and associated actions that enable clients to automatically organize, categorize, and act on messages as the messages are delivered to a folder. Exchange Web Services includes the following Inbox rules operations:

The mail tips operation enables clients to request information from the server about recipient mailboxes when an author is composing a message. Exchange Web Services includes the following mail tips operation:

The Messaging Records Management operation enables the assignment of managed folders to mailbox users. Exchange Web Services includes the following Messaging Records Management operation:

The message tracking operations enable clients to find messages that meet specified criteria and to get detailed tracking information about each message in a message tracking report. Exchange Web Services includes the following message tracking operations:

The notification operations notify the client application of events that are associated with a specified mailbox. The subscription model can be either push-based or pull-based. Exchange Web Services includes the following notification operations:

The service configuration operation enables clients to get configuration information for the Unified Messaging, Protection Rules, and Mail Tips services. Exchange Web Services includes the following service configuration operation:

The sharing operations enable clients to share calendar data or contacts data. Exchange Web Services includes the following sharing operations:

The synchronization operations provide a one-way synchronized cached copy of a user's folders and items. Exchange Web Services includes the following Synchronization operations:

The time zone operation enables clients to get a list of time zone definitions that are supported by the server. Exchange Web Services includes the following time zone operation:

The Unified Messaging operations enable clients to read information about Unified Messaging properties and to play voice-mail messages over the telephone. Exchange Web Services includes the following Unified Messaging operations:

The configuration operations enable clients to create, delete, get, and update user configuration information. Exchange Web Services includes the following user configuration operations:

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