Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Apr 2008 20:14 UTC
Microsoft "Microsoft will make available the preliminary versions of technical documentation for the protocols built into Microsoft Office 2007, SharePoint Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2007. This documentation, which defines how these high-volume Microsoft products communicate with some of its other products, is 14000 pages and is in addition to the 30000 pages posted when the software giant first introduced its new Interoperability Principles last month. They will be made available April 8."
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RE: Better evolution?
by spinjax on Tue 8th Apr 2008 22:32 UTC in reply to "Better evolution?"
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I've personally been interested in using the new SOAP interfaces in Exchange 2007 for development of a Linux based client that would suit my needs as a Linux user in an Microsoft office. I currently use Evolution, but I run into problems with it and eventually use OWA or Outlook in a VM.

The SOAP interfaces could be subject to change, but I'd imagine it would be faster to develop for than implementing the protocol again. I'd also imagine it would be a dream world compared to the current WebDAV interface.

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