Category Archives: EWS

Sending an email with X-Headers in EWS via powershell

I recently needed to test sending an email via EWS with a bunch of custom X-headers. While I have worked with EWS in PowerShell before I couldn’t find any examples of how to do so but found plenty in Java and .Net. So, after stumbling through trying to recreate what I found in PowerShell I […]

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The various picture resolutions supported by Exchange 2013 mailboxes

In researching what picture resolutions are supported by Exchange (and Lync 2013/Skype for business) I came across this MS Technet article stating the the following 3 resolutions used in Lync: 48 x 48 : Used if no higher resolution image is selected 96 x 96 : Used in Outlook Web App and Outlook 2013 648 x 648 […]

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PowerShell script to download attachments from an email

Recently I was asked to automate the process of grabbing an email from a mailbox and downloading all the attachments to a specified destination. The following script accomplishes this using the Exchange Managed Webservices API. A few notes about this script: It must be run by either the same account that owns the mailbox being […]

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Powershell script to sync select details of calendar entries from one calendar to another

Recently at work I received a request to sync the calendar of one of our employee’s to the iPhone of a person external to the company. After much deliberation between all of our internal IT teams we decided on the following method: Created an exchange mailbox that can’t send and receive email for the external […]

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