Features comprehensive information about Exchange Web Services features, including messaging, folders, calendaring, tasks, notifications, searching, availability, and autodiscovery
Provides proxy examples in Visual C#, but assumes only knowledge of how to write HTTP requests
David Sterling is a software developer with 11 years’ experience. Before joining the Microsoft Exchange Web Services team, he developed software for various industries including electronic voting, CRM, and pharmaceuticals.
Michael Mainer is a programming writer for the Exchange Server team at Microsoft where he has developed technical documentation for five years.
Benjamin Spain is a software tester on the Exchange Client Access team. A seven-year veteran at Microsoft, he has worked on third-party messaging protocols, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, DAV, and NNTP.
Mark Taylor has nine years’ experience as a software development engineer and has spent the past five years working on the Exchange Server team at Microsoft.
Huw Upshall has nearly 10 years’ experience working on the Exchange Server team at Microsoft and is currently a test architect for Exchange Client Access Server.
I committed myself to a project that makes use of the EWS API without fully realizing how complex this API is. Read morePublished on April 19, 2010 by Bruce S. Gruenbaum
This book does a good job at explaining a complex subject. My big complaint is that the way it handles certain things were easy on the author, not the reader. Read morePublished on April 11, 2009 by Justin M. James