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programmatically manage Exchange items such as calendar, contact, and email. With EWS, you can store or retrieve any data on your Exchange account, providing wide flexibility in managing and manipulating email data on an Exchange server for a user, a group of users, or an entire organization.
EWS is a powerful tool for moving data from legacy email systems to Exchange Hosted services or Exchange Server.
ENABLING INTERNET CALENDAR SHARING USING A DIFFERENT POLICY
Another way to deploy Internet Calendar Sharing is creating a new Sharing Policy and then associating the new policy with a specific set of users. These are the steps that can be performed to achieve this solution: * Open EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSOLE * Expand ORGANIZATION CONFIGURATION * Click on MAILBOX * Click on SHARING POLICIES tab * In the Introduction page. Type in the new policy name, and define click NEXT. Figure 7 user to start testing and then click NEXT. Figure 8 * In the New Sharing Policy page.
A summary of all configuration that we have defined so far will be displayed, just click NEW.
* In the Completion page. We will see the cmdlet used to create the new Sharing Policy and also a cmdlet for each user defined in the previous steps to receive the new Sharing Policy.
ESTABLISHING A CONNECTION TO EXCHANGE SERVER
For setting up a connection to EWS, you will need to create an ExchangeService object and connect to the correct Exchange Client administrator. You will need both the account name and the password in order to form the connection. Below is an example of establishing this connection. The "service" object is now properly authenticated with the server and can be used for all subsequent interactions with the Exchange After establishing a connection to EWS, you can start managing your items.
For retrieving your contact items from Exchange, you need to specify the Contacts folder using the WellKnownFolderName enum and how many contacts you want to retrieve from Exchange. The C# code below shows how to retrieve contact items from Exchange. It is retrieving all Contacts from Exchange; by specifying a smaller value, you can reduce the number of items returned. This can be particularly useful during searches. If you choose to update or delete an item, there are a variety of options as to how the operation will take place. For example, for deleting you can specify a hard delete, and for updating you can define how conflicts should be managed.
Below is an example of how an update and delete would be invoked.
Finally, the changes to the Contact item must be saved before the changes are reflected in the Exchange server. To save a Contact, you need to create a Contact object and populate the new Contact information regarding the properties of a Contact item, please see the The C# code below shows the save feature on a newly created Contact object.
MANAGING CALENDAR ITEMS
Managing Calendar items is a little more complex than the Contact example. For Calendars, there are two distinct types: Appointments and Meetings. Both of these calendar types are accessed via the same object, and determining whether or not an item is an Appointment or a Meeting is determined by the number of attendees. Retrieving Calendar items is just like retrieving Contact items specified in the above caption. You need to specify the type of item you wish to retrieve, and you also need to specify how many.
In the code below, it is retrieving all Calendar items from Exchange. By specifying a smaller value, you can reduce the number of items returned. This can be particularly useful during searches. Now you have your Calendar items. After you have performed some operations, you might want to do some actions like updating or deleting them. This is very similar to how we managed changes for the Contact items. Below is an example of how an update and delete would be invoked.
For storing the calendar items, you need to specify the SendInvitationsMode to the proper one for you in the Save method, and before calling the Save method. For further information about the
REPLYING TO EMAIL MESSAGES
For this feature, you need to create an EmailMessage object, and you need to use the Reply method of this object. For this example, C# code below shows how to reply to an email message.
For more For the three features below, you need to retrieve the existing email messages from Exchange. In the case of performing these actions, you need to specify the WellKnownFolderName and the quantity of the emails you want to retrieve. In the code below, it is retrieving all EmailMessages from Exchange. By specifying a smaller value, you can reduce the number of items returned.
This can be particularly useful during searches. Check these links for further information about the The links are going to direct you to the MSDN site.
ENABLING INTERNET CALENDAR TO ALL USERS
Now that we know how to configure the Sharing Policy in order to have enable it to all users of your organization. The first step is to change the Default Sharing Policy. From the EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSOLE, follow these steps: * Open EXCHANGE MANAGEMENT CONSOLE * Expand ORGANIZATION CONFIGURATION * Click on MAILBOX * Click on SHARING POLICIES tab * Double click on DEFAULT SHARING POLICY * Select the existent Domain listed and click on EDIT. Change the DOMAIN to Anonymous and Action based on your requirements. Also make sure that ENABLE SHARING POLICY setting is enabled, as shown in Figure 5.
If for some reason you change your External URL you have to ask your users or at least create a script/cmdlet to stop and start publishing their calendar to get the new URLs. The second phase of the Server level configuration will occur on the CAS Servers facing the internet where we must make sure that Internet Calendar Publishing is enabled. The attribute that we are looking for is the CALENDARPUBLISHINGENABLED attribute, in order to have Internet Calendar functionality the value must be set to TRUE. In order to retrieve the current value we can use several different ways, here we can see a couple of possible options: * To list the Calendar of all CAS Servers:
NOTE: You might need to tap RE-ENTER PASSWORD first. account, open the iOS Mail, Calendar or Contacts app. If Choose which services to synchronize.
Add an Exchange account to your device If your administrator uses Google Sync, you can set up an Exchange account to sync your email, calendar and contacts to your iOS apps. * On your iOS device, tap SETTINGS. * On the left, tap MAIL. * Tap EXCHANGE. * Next to Server, enter M.GOOGLE.COM.
* Next to Username, enter your G Suite email address. NOTE: If you use 2-Step Verification, use an App password instead of a regular password. For details, see Sign in using App passwords * If prompted, follow the steps to install the device policy security profile. For details, see How the device policy profile works * Choose the Google services you want to sync, such as mail, contacts, and calendars, and tap SAVE. NOTE: If you change your mind about the services you want to sync, you can change this setting later. For details, see Choose which services to sync. receive an email.
Wait until your administrator approves your device. data, open the corresponding app. EXPERIENCING SETUP OR SYNC ISSUES? See Google Sync Known Issues able to find contact details for people in your organization in your iOS Contacts app. * On your iPhone, open the CONTACTS app. * At the top left, tap GROUPS. * Search for a contact. are displayed.
THE OUTLOOK WEB APP
Even if you empty the deleted items folder, and then realize that you accidentally deleted an item, you can still recover your deleted data. Here is how: * Sign-in to your Outlook Web App account * Choose the item that you want to retrieve and click on * The deleted item should be restored back to its original location. For example, emails will go back to your Inbox, while calendar items will go back to the Calendar
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