@dseph dseph released this May 10, 2018 · 2 commits to master since this release

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EwsEditor 1.20 - bin.zip

This release has new features and some fixes.

• Updated NuGet packages.
• Added a window to search for Search Folders under the Tools menu.
• Updated Retention Settings window under Tools menu.
• Added a folder Retentions Settings window under the Tools menu.
• Retention and Archive properties are now shown by default for folders.
• Fixed resizing on Credential Cache form.
• Added build notes text file (ToBuild.txt).
• Fixed issues with Calendar Search window.
• Minor fixes on grammar.

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@dseph dseph released this Oct 31, 2017 · 26 commits to master since this release

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Project Description
EWSEditor has three goals:

1.Demonstrate the Exchange Web Services Managed API functionality and simplicity to developers through its source code.
2.Demonstrate the Exchange Web Services SOAP traffic used to perform actions initiated through an explorer user interface.
3.Assist non-developers in debugging and understanding Exchange stores by exploring items, folders, and their properties in depth.

Each release of EWSEditor includes the distribution of the EWS Managed API it was built for. EWSEditor uses .NET Framework version 4.5.1 which can be downloaded here: .NET Framework 4.5.1. The project is under Visual Studio 2013. This version of EwsEditor uses EWS Managed API built from GIT. The EWS Managed API requires a minimal of .NET 3.5. A copy of the 2.2 version of the EWS managed API is included in case you wish to use it instead of the version built from GIT.

EWS Managed API… open source? YES! It’s now Open Source!!!
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/webdav_101/2014/09/29/ews-managed-api-open-source-yes-its-now-open-source/