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Exchange Server 2013

Use the EWS Managed API, EWS, Autodiscover, and other web services in Exchange to create solutions for managing business email, calendar, and contacts on desktop and mobile devices and online.

Last modified: June 20, 2014

Applies to: EWS Managed API | Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2013 | Office 365

Exchange provides Exchange Web Services (EWS) and other web services that you can use to implement client applications that access and manage Exchange store items.

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