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Working with Asynchronous Events
EWS Managed API
Topic Last Modified: 2006-06-12
The following information is important when working with asynchronous events:
Moving a folder does not cause an
event to fire on any items in the folder.
Copying a folder causes an
event to fire on all items in the folder.
Deleting a folder does not cause an
event to fire on items (messages and documents) in the folder. However, it causes an
event to fire on each of the subfolders.
asynchronous event does not have any firing priority.
Asynchronous events are not processed in any specified or guaranteed order. The event source does not wait for
asynchronous events to finish.
When the OnDelete Method
event is called, the item has already been deleted.
There is no guarantee as to how soon
asynchronous event notifications are called after the
asynchronous event is not processed if a synchronous
event aborts the
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