While using Microsoft Exchange Server services, you may need to define different rules for the inbox folder. These rules are applied to the messages such as moving a message to a folder, deleting a message, etc. An inbox rule is comprised of conditions and the actions to be performed when the conditions are met. In this article, you will learn how to create and update inbox rules on MS Exchange Server in Java.
Read Emails from Shared Mailbox on Exchange Server in Java
Microsoft Exchange Server provides the facility of a shared mailbox that can be accessed by multiple users. The users can send or receive emails, create calendars and tasks, and perform other activities. While working with MS Exchange Server programmatically, you may need to access emails from a shared mailbox. Therefore, in this article, you will learn how to read email messages from a shared mailbox on MS Exchange Server using Java.
Create, Update or Delete Tasks on MS Exchange Server in Java
To-do lists are used to keep track of the activities to be performed. People create such lists on paper, text editors, spreadsheets, etc. Microsoft Exchange Server also provides the feature of creating and managing to-do lists that are composed of tasks. To work with these tasks programmatically, this article shows how to add, update, or delete tasks on MS Exchange Server in Java.
Add and Remove Members in MS Exchange Distribution Lists in Java
MS Exchange Server allows you to create distribution lists to send emails to a group of people. In the previous article, we have covered how to create or fetch Exchange distribution lists in Java. In this article, you will learn how to add or remove members in MS Exchange distribution lists in Java.