1.4 Relationship to Other Protocols

This protocol relies on the Mailbox Search Web Service Protocol, as described in [MS-OXWSSRCH], to provide identifiers for items and voice mails to play on a telephone. This protocol also uses the Convert Item Identifier Web Service Protocol, as described in [MS-OXWSCVTID], to convert item and voice mail identifiers in some scenarios, depending on how the item identifiers are retrieved and which operations are targeted.

A client that implements this protocol can use the Autodiscover Publishing and Lookup SOAP-Based Web Service Protocol, as described in [MS-OXWSADISC], or the Autodiscover Publishing and Lookup Protocol, as described in [MS-OXDSCLI], to identify the target endpoint to use for each operation.

The Web Service Configuration Protocol, as described in [MS-OXWCONFIG], can provide configuration information for clients that use the endpoint provided by the Autodiscover Publishing and Lookup SOAP-Based Web Service Protocol.

This protocol uses the SOAP Protocol, as described in [SOAP1.1], to specify the structure of information exchanged between the client and server. This protocol uses the XML Protocol, as described in [XMLSCHEMA1] and [XMLSCHEMA2], to describe the message content sent to and from the server.

The Voice Mail Settings Web Service Protocol uses SOAP over HTTPS, as described in [RFC2818], as shown in the following figure.

Voice Mail Settings Web Service Protocol HTTPS stack

Figure 1: Voice Mail Settings Web Service Protocol HTTPS stack

For conceptual background information and overviews of the relationships and interactions between this and other protocols, see [MS-OXPROTO].

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