Exchange Interoperability: Tasks, Documents, and Notes
Learn about the structural aspects of tasks, documents, and notes, and different ways to access them programmatically. This module also discusses operations that pertain to these structures, such as task status.
The following open specification documents describe Exchange internal protocols and file formats that pertain to the areas of functionality described in this module.
Provides a complete list of Exchange protocols, sorted by feature area.
Exchange Server Protocol Documents
Provides a list of all the protocol and other technology specifications in the documentation set.
[MS-OXWSTASK]: Tasks Web Service Protocol
Enables clients to create, update, and delete task items on the server.
[MS-OXOTASK]: Task-Related Objects Protocol
Enables the representation of task-related Message objects in a messaging store.
[MS-OXMSG]: Outlook Item (.msg) File Format
Used to represent individual e-mail messages, appointments, contacts, tasks, and so on in the file system.
[MS-ASTASK]: ActiveSync Tasks Class Protocol
Enables the interchange of task data between a client and a server.
[MS-XWDDOC]: Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) Extensions for Documents Support
Extends the WebDAV protocol to enable the creation and manipulation of Document objects by using WebDAV.
[MS-XWDSTRUCTDOC]: Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) Extensions for Structured Documents
Extends the WebDAV protocol to allow clients to retrieve, insert, change, and remove individual pieces of structured documents on the server.
[MS-OXODOC]: Document Object Protocol Specification
Describes properties that allow messaging clients to store and display ordinary files.
[MS-ASCMD]: ActiveSync Command Reference Protocol
Enables the synchronization of e-mail, attachments, contact information, calendar data, and document objects.
[MS-ASCON]: ActiveSync Document Class Protocol
Communicates document data from the server to the client.
[MS-ASNOTE]: ActiveSync Notes Class Protocol
Provides the mechanisms that allow a mobile client to synchronize user notes with a server.
[MS-OXONOTE]: Note Object Protocol Specification
Enables the representation of a simple text note in a messaging store.