A few weeks ago I wrote about my experiences starting out with the Microsoft Exchange Web Services API and on using the subscription API. In the second article, I said I would write a code walk through that shows how to do the stuff. I had thought of doing a complete walk through like the Dynamic OpenClient code that I did back in November last year, but I wasn’t as busy back then as I am now, and I had the time to actually write up the example properly.
This is part 1 of a multi-part series that will cover the process of connecting to Microsoft Exchange Web Services, submitting requests to Exchange, receiving notifications from Exchange, creating appointments, tasks, and e-mail, and using Exchange Impersonation. There will also be OpenEdge examples interspersed within it. Each part in the series (except this one) will have a downloadable zip file with the code in it that actually runs (at least in my environment) [...]