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Welcome to the Exchange Online Development forum category. This forum is a vibrant community of contributors that are adding to the crowd-knowledge about Exchange Online programmability. I encourage all of you to post and answer questions on this forum.
Before posting a question to this forum, you should:
Exchange Server Developer Content
Exchange Server Developer Center
Exchange Server TechCenter
Exchange Development Blog
EWSEditor - Great tool to help understand EWS and debug your application. Source code available.
If you still need help after reviewing these resources, you should post a question to this forum by using the following standards for titling your post and constructing the body of the post.
Use the following format for the post title:
[Exchange Online Version] [Exchange API] [Programming Language] [Client platform]: [Information you seek]--> example: "[15.00.0516.032] [EWSMA] [C#] [Windows]: How do I assign delegate access"
The Exchange Online Version will take on this form: [major version].[minor version].[major build].[minor build]. This is useful for understanding feature availability and which updates have been applied to the service you use.
List of Exchange APIs (if the API you are using is not listed, use your best judgment to abbreviate the name):
List of programming languages (if the language you are using is not listed, use your best judgment to abbreviate the name):
List of client platforms (if the platform you are using is not listed, use your best judgment to abbreviate the name):
The Post Body should provide as much background information as possible to help the other contributors answer your questions. The following list identifies information you should consider providing when creating your post (of course, do not post sensitive information like account names, passwords, machine names, etc):
Exchange Version: Exchange version. Include build and version numbers if available.
API Name: The name of the API
API Version: API version. Include build and version numbers if available
IDE: The development tools you are using if they are applicable to answering your question.
Targeted features: Identify which features are involved in your question.
Scenario description: Describe the scenario that results in you posting a question to this forum. More information is better. Here are some considerations for describing your scenario:
This forum has mechanisms for marking and qualifying answers to questions. When a question has been successfully answered, please use the "Did this answer the question?" link to mark the post as an answer.
Thank you for using Exchange Online!
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