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Managing user access by using EWS in Exchange

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Find out what your options are for managing user account access to your Exchange server.

Last modified: January 08, 2014

Applies to: Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2013 | Office 365

Exchange Web Services (EWS) and the EWS managed API provide a limited number of operations that you can use to manage accounts on Exchange Online, Exchange Online as part of Office 365, or a version of Exchange starting with Exchange 2013. You can use the operations shown in the following figure to manage delegates and to set folder access permissions for other accounts.

Figure 1.  EWS operations for delegate and folder access

EWS user management options.

If your application needs additional control over the accounts on an Exchange server, you can use Exchange Management Shell cmdlets to manage the accounts. You can call the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets by doing one of the following:

  • Writing an application using C# or Visual Basic that calls the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets. You can look at the sample code in the Exchange Management Shell API documentation to learn how to call a cmdlet.

  • Using Windows PowerShell and Windows PowerShell scripts to call Exchange Management Shell cmdlets. You can find a complete list of the Exchange Management Shell cmdlets on TechNet, along with examples that show how to use them.

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