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Push Notification Sample Application (Exchange Web Services)
Topic Last Modified: 2007-03-21
Notifications can be provided to clients by either a push or pull subscription. This sample application shows how to provide push notifications to a client application. The client application will contain a Web service listener routine that is sent notification events by the computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed.
The push notification sample application contains two components. The first component is the client Web service that listens for and retrieves notification events. It also provides responses to notify the Client Access server as to whether the subscription should be maintained. The second component initiates the subscription with the Client Access server. It identifies the client Web service endpoint to which the events subscribe and other information to configure the subscription.
|This sample application is intended for instructional purposes and is not meant to be installed in a production environment.|
For information about implementing pull subscriptions, see Using Pull Subscriptions (Exchange Web Services).