Back to school reading list: Exchange Server 2007 Web Services

This book covers Exchange Web Services in several contexts. Read more about it in our slideshow on the top books for Windows professionals.

Inside Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Web Services
By David Sterling, Benjamin Spain, Michael Mainer, Mark Taylor and Huw Upshall

Exchange Server 2007 Web Services

When Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010 hit the streets, they phased out many older infrastructures so that similar -- and sometimes better -- technologies could be provided through Exchange Web Services (EWS).

Anyone whose job involves creating applications for Exchange Server owes it to themselves to learn about Exchange Web Services. This book discusses the basics of how EWS works and what it replaces. It also explains how EWS presents the contents of a given mailbox through its APIs, how to use notifications, how to manage errors and much more. There isn't an Exchange 2010 version of this book, but there are notes inside that mention that some functionalities in EWS (e.g., folder ACLs) are not available, but will be added soon, and that you can still access them through legacy APIs.

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This was first published in August 2010

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