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EWS Managed API

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Topic Last Modified: 2008-11-20

The following technical articles were published in 2008. The articles cover the following technology areas:

  • Exchange Web Services
  • Migration
  • Transport agents
  • Unified Messaging Web Service

Browse these articles to find useful information for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 application development.

Published Title/Author Download (Y/N) Code Sample (Y/N) Technical Depth

December 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 5: EWS Migration Sample

Y

Y

200

October 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 4: Contact Management by Bob Bunn

N

N

200

September 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 3: Search by Bob Bunn

N

N

200

August 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 2: Calendaring by Bob Bunn

N

N

200

July 2008

Customizing Get and Find Responses in Exchange Web Services by John Gibbon

N

N

200

July 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 1: Messaging by Bob Bunn

N

Y

200

June 2008

Exchange Web Services Developer Overview

N

N

100

June 2008

Exchange Web Services Windows Vista Gadget by Kim Brandl

Y

N

200

June 2008

Migrating from Exchange 2007 Legacy APIs by Michael Mainer

N

N

200

Published Title/Author Download (Y/N) Code Sample (Y/N) Technical Depth

October 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 4: Contact Management by Bob Bunn

N

N

200

September 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 3: Search by Bob Bunn

N

N

200

August 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 2: Calendaring by Bob Bunn

N

N

200

July 2008

Migrating to Exchange Web Services, Part 1: Messaging by Bob Bunn

N

Y

200

June 2008

Migrating from Exchange 2007 Legacy APIs by Michael Mainer

N

N

200

Published Title/Author Download (Y/N) Code Sample (Y/N) Technical Depth

August 2008

Transport Agent Factories by Saeed Noursalehi and Ray Dixon

N

N

200

August 2008

How to Reject a Recipient or a Message in a Transport Agent by Saeed Noursalehi and Ray Dixon

N

N

200

July 2008

Handling a Transport Agent Event Asynchronously by Saeed Noursalehi and Ray Dixon

N

Y

200

June 2008

Migrating from Exchange 2007 Legacy APIs by Michael Mainer

N

N

200

Published Title/Author Download (Y/N) Code Sample (Y/N) Technical Depth

May 2008

Interacting with the Unified Messaging Web Service by David Sterling

Y

Y

300

Technical Depth Definition

100

Assumes little or no expertise with the topic and covers topic concepts, functions, features, and benefits.

200

Assumes 100-level knowledge and provides specific details about the topic.

300

Assumes 200-level knowledge, in-depth understanding of features in a real-world environment, and strong coding skills. Provides a detailed technical overview of a subset of product/technology features, covering architecture, performance, migration, deployment, and development.

400

Assumes a deep level of technical knowledge and experience and a detailed, thorough understanding of the topic. Provides expert-to-expert interaction and coverage of specialized topics, including custom code, scripts, application solution development, and architect infrastructure designs and solutions.

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