Work with Exchange Server 2013 EWS Features using Aspose.Email for .NET 3.5.0

Aspose.Email for .NET 3.5.0 has been released and we are pleased to share that this month’s release supports Microsoft Exchange 2013 Exchange Web Service (EWS) features. The EWSClient class’s GetEWSClient method instantiates a new EWS client object that now supports connecting to Exchange server 2013 as well in addition to 2007 and 2010 supported by earlier ExchangeWebServiceClient. Supported features include, but not limited to: Connecting to Exchange Server Getting mailbox information Sending emails using an Exchange account Deleting messages from an Exchange Server Creating, listing and deleting folders and subfolders Adding messages to Exchange folders Mark messages as read or unread Move and copy messages from one Exchange folder to another List and save messages from Exchange folders Create, fetch and delete contacts from an Exchange contact’s folder Create and send meeting requests Fetch appointments and save to disc Manage rules on Exchange Server Create public folders and add messages to these List and download messages from public folders Access mailbox custom folders and subfolders Retrieve mail tips Manage user configuration on an Exchange server Find and manipulate conversation items Impersonate users Create or update and delete tasks on an Exchange server Retrieve folder permissions This month’s release also includes a number of bug fixes related to message encoding, attachment extraction from RTF formatted messages, custom property addition to messages, Microsoft Fax format address (IMCEAFAX) support, and others.
November 5, 2013 · 2 min · Kashif Iqbal