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Microsoft’s Exchange Web Services (EWS) provides an Exchange email API that provides access to all of the data and functionality in Exchange mailboxes. It enables developers to parse email data, create email drafts, send emails, manage attachments, and organize an email inbox with folders. EWS offers a direct SOAP implementation and C# client library that provides full access to user accounts in Exchange Online, Exchange Online as part of Office 365, and Exchange server inboxes.
How do I get started integrating with the Microsoft Exchange Email API?
If you’re looking to integrate Exchange inboxes directly into your app, check out this post that details the major aspects of the Exchange Email API and explains what it takes to integrate Exchange inboxes. It also demonstrates how the Nylas Email API abstracts away much of the complexity of building a direct integration with the Exchange email API to enable you to build your calendar integration much more quickly and efficiently.
How do I integrate Microsoft Exchange Email API with other apps or services?
When integrating Microsoft Exchange Email API with other apps or services, you can obtain API credentials, choose an integration method such as Microsoft Graph API, Exchange Web Services, or Exchange ActiveSync, implement the integration, test and debug your code, deploy it to production and monitor it. Alternatively, you can also consider using Nylas, which offers a unified email API solution for Microsoft Exchange, Gmail, and other email providers.
Is there any limitation to the number of events or calendars I can access through the Microsoft Exchange Email API?
Yes, there are limitations to the number of events or calendars that can be accessed through the Microsoft Exchange Email API. The specific limitations depend on the API version and the licensing plan you have subscribed to.
What programming languages can I use to integrate the Microsoft Exchange Email API?