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    How to access Exchange 2007 inbox - php, WebDAV -

    I have been trying to find a way of displaying a user's email inbox contents in a web page. Basically, i want to create my own stripped down version of OWA.

    I actually managed to do it using some php code and WebDav, but it only worked for an Exchange 2003 server that I was using for testing, not the actual server that I need to access which is Exchange 2007!



    Has anyone managed to do this with Exchange 2007?

    Thanks, I have trawled the net for info and still have nothing that works!!!

    Stu

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    Same issue here

    Did you find any solution to this yet?

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    no i havent. Further reading has brought up Exchange Web Services API (EWS) as a far more supported method of accessing E2007 data, but this requires .NET and Visual Studio and my expertise is very limmited in that area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuj1 View Post
    I have been trying to find a way of displaying a user's email inbox contents in a web page. Basically, i want to create my own stripped down version of OWA.

    I actually managed to do it using some php code and WebDav, but it only worked for an Exchange 2003 server that I was using for testing, not the actual server that I need to access which is Exchange 2007!



    Has anyone managed to do this with Exchange 2007?

    Thanks, I have trawled the net for info and still have nothing that works!!!

    Stu
    how about using something like squirrel mail (or some other opensource webmail) thats a pop3 account. and just enable pop3 on the exchange server



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