Office.Mailbox interface

Provides access to the Microsoft Outlook add-in object model.

Key properties:

  • diagnostics: Provides diagnostic information to an Outlook add-in.

  • item: Provides methods and properties for accessing a message or appointment in an Outlook add-in.

  • userProfile: Provides information about the user in an Outlook add-in.

Remarks

Minimum permission level: Restricted

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

Properties

diagnostics

Provides diagnostic information to an Outlook add-in.

Contains the following members:

  • hostName (string): A string that represents the name of the host application. It should be one of the following values: Outlook, OutlookWebApp, OutlookIOS, or OutlookAndroid. Note: The "Outlook" value is returned for Outlook on desktop clients (i.e., Windows and Mac).

  • hostVersion (string): A string that represents the version of either the host application or the Exchange Server (e.g., "15.0.468.0"). If the mail add-in is running in Outlook on desktop or mobile clients, the hostVersion property returns the version of the host application, Outlook. In Outlook on the web, the property returns the version of the Exchange Server.

  • OWAView (MailboxEnums.OWAView or string): An enum (or string literal) that represents the current view of Outlook on the web. If the host application is not Outlook on the web, then accessing this property results in undefined. Outlook on the web has three views (OneColumn - displayed when the screen is narrow, TwoColumns - displayed when the screen is wider, and ThreeColumns - displayed when the screen is wide) that correspond to the width of the screen and the window, and the number of columns that can be displayed.

More information is under Office.Diagnostics.

ewsUrl

Gets the URL of the Exchange Web Services (EWS) endpoint for this email account. Read mode only.

Your app must have the ReadItem permission specified in its manifest to call the ewsUrl member in read mode.

In compose mode you must call the saveAsync method before you can use the ewsUrl member. Your app must have ReadWriteItem permissions to call the saveAsync method.

Note: This member is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

item

The mailbox item. Depending on the context in which the add-in opened, the item type may vary. If you want to see IntelliSense for only a specific type or mode, cast this item to one of the following:

MessageCompose, MessageRead, AppointmentCompose, AppointmentRead

Important: item can be null if your add-in supports pinning the task pane. For details on how to handle, see Implement a pinnable task pane in Outlook.

userProfile

Information about the user associated with the mailbox. This includes their account type, display name, email address, and time zone.

More information is under Office.UserProfile

Methods

convertToLocalClientTime(timeValue)

Gets a dictionary containing time information in local client time.

The dates and times used by a mail app for Outlook on the web or desktop clients can use different time zones. Outlook uses the client computer time zone; Outlook on the web uses the time zone set on the Exchange Admin Center (EAC). You should handle date and time values so that the values you display on the user interface are always consistent with the time zone that the user expects.

If the mail app is running in Outlook on desktop clients, the convertToLocalClientTime method will return a dictionary object with the values set to the client computer time zone. If the mail app is running in Outlook on the web, the convertToLocalClientTime method will return a dictionary object with the values set to the time zone specified in the EAC.

convertToUtcClientTime(input)

Gets a Date object from a dictionary containing time information.

The convertToUtcClientTime method converts a dictionary containing a local date and time to a Date object with the correct values for the local date and time.

displayAppointmentForm(itemId)

Displays an existing calendar appointment.

The displayAppointmentForm method opens an existing calendar appointment in a new window on the desktop or in a dialog box on mobile devices.

In Outlook on Mac, you can use this method to display a single appointment that is not part of a recurring series, or the master appointment of a recurring series. However, you can't display an instance of the series because you can't access the properties (including the item ID) of instances of a recurring series.

In Outlook on the web, this method opens the specified form only if the body of the form is less than or equal to 32K characters.

If the specified item identifier does not identify an existing appointment, a blank pane opens on the client computer or device, and no error message is returned.

Note: This method is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

displayMessageForm(itemId)

Displays an existing message.

The displayMessageForm method opens an existing message in a new window on the desktop or in a dialog box on mobile devices.

In Outlook on the web, this method opens the specified form only if the body of the form is less than or equal to 32K characters.

If the specified item identifier does not identify an existing message, no message will be displayed on the client computer, and no error message is returned.

Do not use the displayMessageForm with an itemId that represents an appointment. Use the displayAppointmentForm method to display an existing appointment, and displayNewAppointmentForm to display a form to create a new appointment.

Note: This method is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

displayNewAppointmentForm(parameters)

Displays a form for creating a new calendar appointment.

The displayNewAppointmentForm method opens a form that enables the user to create a new appointment or meeting. If parameters are specified, the appointment form fields are automatically populated with the contents of the parameters.

In Outlook on the web, this method always displays a form with an attendees field. If you do not specify any attendees as input arguments, the method displays a form with a Save button. If you have specified attendees, the form would include the attendees and a Send button.

In the Outlook rich client and Outlook RT, if you specify any attendees or resources in the requiredAttendees, optionalAttendees, or resources parameter, this method displays a meeting form with a Send button. If you don't specify any recipients, this method displays an appointment form with a Save & Close button.

If any of the parameters exceed the specified size limits, or if an unknown parameter name is specified, an exception is thrown.

Note: This method is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

getCallbackTokenAsync(callback, userContext)

Gets a string that contains a token used to get an attachment or item from an Exchange Server.

The getCallbackTokenAsync method makes an asynchronous call to get an opaque token from the Exchange Server that hosts the user's mailbox. The lifetime of the callback token is 5 minutes.

The token is returned as a string in the asyncResult.value property.

You can pass both the token and either an attachment identifier or item identifier to a third-party system. The third-party system uses the token as a bearer authorization token to call the Exchange Web Services (EWS) GetAttachment operation or GetItem operation to return an attachment or item. For example, you can create a remote service to get attachments from the selected item.

Calling the getCallbackTokenAsync method in read mode requires a minimum permission level of ReadItem.

Calling the getCallbackTokenAsync method in compose mode requires you to have saved the item. The saveAsync method requires a minimum permission level of ReadWriteItem.

Important: For guidance on delegate or shared scenarios, see the delegate access article.

[ API set: All support Read mode; Mailbox 1.3 introduced Compose mode support ]

getUserIdentityTokenAsync(callback, userContext)

Gets a token identifying the user and the Office Add-in.

The token is returned as a string in the asyncResult.value property.

makeEwsRequestAsync(data, callback, userContext)

Makes an asynchronous request to an Exchange Web Services (EWS) service on the Exchange server that hosts the user's mailbox.

In these cases, add-ins should use REST APIs to access the user's mailbox instead.

The makeEwsRequestAsync method sends an EWS request on behalf of the add-in to Exchange.

You cannot request Folder Associated Items with the makeEwsRequestAsync method.

The XML request must specify UTF-8 encoding: \<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?\>.

Your add-in must have the ReadWriteMailbox permission to use the makeEwsRequestAsync method. For information about using the ReadWriteMailbox permission and the EWS operations that you can call with the makeEwsRequestAsync method, see Specify permissions for mail add-in access to the user's mailbox.

The XML result of the EWS call is provided as a string in the asyncResult.value property. If the result exceeds 1 MB in size, an error message is returned instead.

Note: This method is not supported in the following scenarios:

  • In Outlook on iOS or Android.

  • When the add-in is loaded in a Gmail mailbox.

Note: The server administrator must set OAuthAuthentication to true on the Client Access Server EWS directory to enable the makeEwsRequestAsync method to make EWS requests.

Version differences

When you use the makeEwsRequestAsync method in mail apps running in Outlook versions earlier than version 15.0.4535.1004, you should set the encoding value to ISO-8859-1.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>

You do not need to set the encoding value when your mail app is running in Outlook on the web. You can determine whether your mail app is running in Outlook or Outlook on the web by using the mailbox.diagnostics.hostName property. You can determine what version of Outlook is running by using the mailbox.diagnostics.hostVersion property.

Property Details

diagnostics

Provides diagnostic information to an Outlook add-in.

Contains the following members:

  • hostName (string): A string that represents the name of the host application. It should be one of the following values: Outlook, OutlookWebApp, OutlookIOS, or OutlookAndroid. Note: The "Outlook" value is returned for Outlook on desktop clients (i.e., Windows and Mac).

  • hostVersion (string): A string that represents the version of either the host application or the Exchange Server (e.g., "15.0.468.0"). If the mail add-in is running in Outlook on desktop or mobile clients, the hostVersion property returns the version of the host application, Outlook. In Outlook on the web, the property returns the version of the Exchange Server.

  • OWAView (MailboxEnums.OWAView or string): An enum (or string literal) that represents the current view of Outlook on the web. If the host application is not Outlook on the web, then accessing this property results in undefined. Outlook on the web has three views (OneColumn - displayed when the screen is narrow, TwoColumns - displayed when the screen is wider, and ThreeColumns - displayed when the screen is wide) that correspond to the width of the screen and the window, and the number of columns that can be displayed.

More information is under Office.Diagnostics.

diagnostics: Diagnostics;

Property Value

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

ewsUrl

Gets the URL of the Exchange Web Services (EWS) endpoint for this email account. Read mode only.

Your app must have the ReadItem permission specified in its manifest to call the ewsUrl member in read mode.

In compose mode you must call the saveAsync method before you can use the ewsUrl member. Your app must have ReadWriteItem permissions to call the saveAsync method.

Note: This member is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

ewsUrl: string;

Property Value

string

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

The ewsUrl value can be used by a remote service to make EWS calls to the user's mailbox. For example, you can create a remote service to get attachments from the selected item.

Examples

// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/85-tokens-and-service-calls/ids-and-urls.yaml
console.log("EWS URL: " + Office.context.mailbox.ewsUrl);
var ewsId = Office.context.mailbox.item.itemId;
console.log("EWS item ID: " + Office.context.mailbox.item.itemId);

console.log("REST URL: " + Office.context.mailbox.restUrl);
var restId = Office.context.mailbox.convertToRestId(ewsId, Office.MailboxEnums.RestVersion.v2_0);
console.log("REST item ID: " + restId);

var ewsId2 = Office.context.mailbox.convertToEwsId(restId, Office.MailboxEnums.RestVersion.v2_0);
console.log("EWS ID (from REST ID): " + ewsId2);

item

The mailbox item. Depending on the context in which the add-in opened, the item type may vary. If you want to see IntelliSense for only a specific type or mode, cast this item to one of the following:

MessageCompose, MessageRead, AppointmentCompose, AppointmentRead

Important: item can be null if your add-in supports pinning the task pane. For details on how to handle, see Implement a pinnable task pane in Outlook.

item?: Item & ItemCompose & ItemRead & Message & MessageCompose & MessageRead & Appointment & AppointmentCompose & AppointmentRead;

Property Value

userProfile

Information about the user associated with the mailbox. This includes their account type, display name, email address, and time zone.

More information is under Office.UserProfile

userProfile: UserProfile;

Property Value

Method Details

convertToLocalClientTime(timeValue)

Gets a dictionary containing time information in local client time.

The dates and times used by a mail app for Outlook on the web or desktop clients can use different time zones. Outlook uses the client computer time zone; Outlook on the web uses the time zone set on the Exchange Admin Center (EAC). You should handle date and time values so that the values you display on the user interface are always consistent with the time zone that the user expects.

If the mail app is running in Outlook on desktop clients, the convertToLocalClientTime method will return a dictionary object with the values set to the client computer time zone. If the mail app is running in Outlook on the web, the convertToLocalClientTime method will return a dictionary object with the values set to the time zone specified in the EAC.

convertToLocalClientTime(timeValue: Date): LocalClientTime;

Parameters

timeValue

Date

A Date object.

Returns

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

convertToUtcClientTime(input)

Gets a Date object from a dictionary containing time information.

The convertToUtcClientTime method converts a dictionary containing a local date and time to a Date object with the correct values for the local date and time.

convertToUtcClientTime(input: LocalClientTime): Date;

Parameters

input
Office.LocalClientTime

The local time value to convert.

Returns

Date

A Date object with the time expressed in UTC.

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

Examples

// Represents 3:37 PM PDT on Monday, August 26, 2019.
var input = {
    date: 26,
    hours: 15,
    milliseconds: 2,
    minutes: 37,
    month: 7,
    seconds: 2,
    timezoneOffset: -420,
    year: 2019
};

// result should be a Date object.
var result = Office.context.mailbox.convertToUtcClientTime(input);

// Output should be "2019-08-26T22:37:02.002Z".
console.log(result.toISOString());

displayAppointmentForm(itemId)

Displays an existing calendar appointment.

The displayAppointmentForm method opens an existing calendar appointment in a new window on the desktop or in a dialog box on mobile devices.

In Outlook on Mac, you can use this method to display a single appointment that is not part of a recurring series, or the master appointment of a recurring series. However, you can't display an instance of the series because you can't access the properties (including the item ID) of instances of a recurring series.

In Outlook on the web, this method opens the specified form only if the body of the form is less than or equal to 32K characters.

If the specified item identifier does not identify an existing appointment, a blank pane opens on the client computer or device, and no error message is returned.

Note: This method is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

displayAppointmentForm(itemId: string): void;

Parameters

itemId

string

The Exchange Web Services (EWS) identifier for an existing calendar appointment.

Returns

void

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

Examples

// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/55-display-items/display-existing-appointment.yaml
var itemId = $("#itemId").val();
Office.context.mailbox.displayAppointmentForm(itemId);

displayMessageForm(itemId)

Displays an existing message.

The displayMessageForm method opens an existing message in a new window on the desktop or in a dialog box on mobile devices.

In Outlook on the web, this method opens the specified form only if the body of the form is less than or equal to 32K characters.

If the specified item identifier does not identify an existing message, no message will be displayed on the client computer, and no error message is returned.

Do not use the displayMessageForm with an itemId that represents an appointment. Use the displayAppointmentForm method to display an existing appointment, and displayNewAppointmentForm to display a form to create a new appointment.

Note: This method is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

displayMessageForm(itemId: string): void;

Parameters

itemId

string

The Exchange Web Services (EWS) identifier for an existing message.

Returns

void

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

Examples

// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/55-display-items/display-existing-message.yaml
var itemId = $("#itemId").val();
Office.context.mailbox.displayMessageForm(itemId);

displayNewAppointmentForm(parameters)

Displays a form for creating a new calendar appointment.

The displayNewAppointmentForm method opens a form that enables the user to create a new appointment or meeting. If parameters are specified, the appointment form fields are automatically populated with the contents of the parameters.

In Outlook on the web, this method always displays a form with an attendees field. If you do not specify any attendees as input arguments, the method displays a form with a Save button. If you have specified attendees, the form would include the attendees and a Send button.

In the Outlook rich client and Outlook RT, if you specify any attendees or resources in the requiredAttendees, optionalAttendees, or resources parameter, this method displays a meeting form with a Send button. If you don't specify any recipients, this method displays an appointment form with a Save & Close button.

If any of the parameters exceed the specified size limits, or if an unknown parameter name is specified, an exception is thrown.

Note: This method is not supported in Outlook on iOS or Android.

displayNewAppointmentForm(parameters: AppointmentForm): void;

Parameters

parameters
Office.AppointmentForm

An AppointmentForm describing the new appointment. All properties are optional.

Returns

void

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Read

Examples

// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/55-display-items/display-new-appointment.yaml
var start = new Date();
var end = new Date();
end.setHours(start.getHours() + 1);

Office.context.mailbox.displayNewAppointmentForm({
  requiredAttendees: ["bob@contoso.com"],
  optionalAttendees: ["sam@contoso.com"],
  start: start,
  end: end,
  location: "Home",
  subject: "meeting",
  resources: ["projector@contoso.com"],
  body: "Hello World!"
});

getCallbackTokenAsync(callback, userContext)

Gets a string that contains a token used to get an attachment or item from an Exchange Server.

The getCallbackTokenAsync method makes an asynchronous call to get an opaque token from the Exchange Server that hosts the user's mailbox. The lifetime of the callback token is 5 minutes.

The token is returned as a string in the asyncResult.value property.

You can pass both the token and either an attachment identifier or item identifier to a third-party system. The third-party system uses the token as a bearer authorization token to call the Exchange Web Services (EWS) GetAttachment operation or GetItem operation to return an attachment or item. For example, you can create a remote service to get attachments from the selected item.

Calling the getCallbackTokenAsync method in read mode requires a minimum permission level of ReadItem.

Calling the getCallbackTokenAsync method in compose mode requires you to have saved the item. The saveAsync method requires a minimum permission level of ReadWriteItem.

Important: For guidance on delegate or shared scenarios, see the delegate access article.

[ API set: All support Read mode; Mailbox 1.3 introduced Compose mode support ]

getCallbackTokenAsync(callback: (asyncResult: Office.AsyncResult<string>) => void, userContext?: any): void;

Parameters

callback

(asyncResult: Office.AsyncResult<string>) => void

When the method completes, the function passed in the callback parameter is called with a single parameter of type Office.AsyncResult. The token is returned as a string in the asyncResult.value property. If there was an error, the asyncResult.error and asyncResult.diagnostics properties may provide additional information.

userContext

any

Optional. Any state data that is passed to the asynchronous method.

Returns

void

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

Errors:

  • HTTPRequestFailure: The request has failed. Please look at the diagnostics object for the HTTP error code.

  • InternalServerError: The Exchange server returned an error. Please look at the diagnostics object for more information.

  • NetworkError: The user is no longer connected to the network. Please check your network connection and try again.

Examples

// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/85-tokens-and-service-calls/basic-rest-cors.yaml
Office.context.mailbox.getCallbackTokenAsync({ isRest: true }, function (result) {
    var ewsId = Office.context.mailbox.item.itemId;
    var token = result.value;
    var restId = Office.context.mailbox.convertToRestId(ewsId, Office.MailboxEnums.RestVersion.v2_0);
    var getMessageUrl = Office.context.mailbox.restUrl + '/v2.0/me/messages/' + restId;
            
    var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest();
    xhr.open('GET', getMessageUrl);
    xhr.setRequestHeader("Authorization", "Bearer " + token);
    xhr.onload = function (e) {
        console.log(this.response);
    }
    xhr.send();
});

getUserIdentityTokenAsync(callback, userContext)

Gets a token identifying the user and the Office Add-in.

The token is returned as a string in the asyncResult.value property.

getUserIdentityTokenAsync(callback: (asyncResult: Office.AsyncResult<string>) => void, userContext?: any): void;

Parameters

callback

(asyncResult: Office.AsyncResult<string>) => void

When the method completes, the function passed in the callback parameter is called with a single parameter of type Office.AsyncResult. The token is returned as a string in the asyncResult.value property. If there was an error, the asyncResult.error and asyncResult.diagnostics properties may provide additional information.

userContext

any

Optional. Any state data that is passed to the asynchronous method.

Returns

void

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadItem

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

The getUserIdentityTokenAsync method returns a token that you can use to identify and authenticate the add-in and user with a third-party system.

Errors:

  • HTTPRequestFailure: The request has failed. Please look at the diagnostics object for the HTTP error code.

  • InternalServerError: The Exchange server returned an error. Please look at the diagnostics object for more information.

  • NetworkError: The user is no longer connected to the network. Please check your network connection and try again.

Examples

// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/85-tokens-and-service-calls/user-identity-token.yaml
Office.context.mailbox.getUserIdentityTokenAsync(function (result) {
    if (result.status !== Office.AsyncResultStatus.Succeeded) {
        console.error(`Token retrieval failed with message: ${result.error.message}`);
    } else {
        console.log(result.value);
    }
});

makeEwsRequestAsync(data, callback, userContext)

Makes an asynchronous request to an Exchange Web Services (EWS) service on the Exchange server that hosts the user's mailbox.

In these cases, add-ins should use REST APIs to access the user's mailbox instead.

The makeEwsRequestAsync method sends an EWS request on behalf of the add-in to Exchange.

You cannot request Folder Associated Items with the makeEwsRequestAsync method.

The XML request must specify UTF-8 encoding: \<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?\>.

Your add-in must have the ReadWriteMailbox permission to use the makeEwsRequestAsync method. For information about using the ReadWriteMailbox permission and the EWS operations that you can call with the makeEwsRequestAsync method, see Specify permissions for mail add-in access to the user's mailbox.

The XML result of the EWS call is provided as a string in the asyncResult.value property. If the result exceeds 1 MB in size, an error message is returned instead.

Note: This method is not supported in the following scenarios:

  • In Outlook on iOS or Android.

  • When the add-in is loaded in a Gmail mailbox.

Note: The server administrator must set OAuthAuthentication to true on the Client Access Server EWS directory to enable the makeEwsRequestAsync method to make EWS requests.

Version differences

When you use the makeEwsRequestAsync method in mail apps running in Outlook versions earlier than version 15.0.4535.1004, you should set the encoding value to ISO-8859-1.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>

You do not need to set the encoding value when your mail app is running in Outlook on the web. You can determine whether your mail app is running in Outlook or Outlook on the web by using the mailbox.diagnostics.hostName property. You can determine what version of Outlook is running by using the mailbox.diagnostics.hostVersion property.

makeEwsRequestAsync(data: any, callback: (asyncResult: Office.AsyncResult<string>) => void, userContext?: any): void;

Parameters

data

any

The EWS request.

callback

(asyncResult: Office.AsyncResult<string>) => void

When the method completes, the function passed in the callback parameter is called with a single parameter of type Office.AsyncResult. The value property of the result is the XML of the EWS request provided as a string. If the result exceeds 1 MB in size, an error message is returned instead.

userContext

any

Optional. Any state data that is passed to the asynchronous method.

Returns

void

Remarks

Minimum permission level: ReadWriteMailbox

Applicable Outlook mode: Compose or Read

Examples

function getSubjectRequest(id) {
    // Return a GetItem operation request for the subject of the specified item.
    var request =
        '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>' +
        '<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"' +
        '               xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"' +
        '               xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"' +
        '               xmlns:t="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types">' +
        '  <soap:Header>' +
        '    <RequestServerVersion Version="Exchange2013" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types" soap:mustUnderstand="0" />' +
        '  </soap:Header>' +
        '  <soap:Body>' +
        '    <GetItem xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages">' +
        '      <ItemShape>' +
        '        <t:BaseShape>IdOnly</t:BaseShape>' +
        '        <t:AdditionalProperties>' +
        '            <t:FieldURI FieldURI="item:Subject"/>' +
        '        </t:AdditionalProperties>' +
        '      </ItemShape>' +
        '      <ItemIds><t:ItemId Id="' + id + '"/></ItemIds>' +
        '    </GetItem>' +
        '  </soap:Body>' +
        '</soap:Envelope>';

    return request;
}

function sendRequest() {
    // Create a local variable that contains the mailbox.
    Office.context.mailbox.makeEwsRequestAsync(
        getSubjectRequest(mailbox.item.itemId), callback);
}

function callback(asyncResult)  {
    var result = asyncResult.value;
    var context = asyncResult.asyncContext;

    // Process the returned response here.
}
// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/85-tokens-and-service-calls/make-ews-request-async.yaml
var ewsId = Office.context.mailbox.item.itemId;
var request = '<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:m="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages" xmlns:t="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types" xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">' +
    '  <soap:Header><t:RequestServerVersion Version="Exchange2013" /></soap:Header>' +
    '  <soap:Body>' +
    '    <m:GetItem>' +
    '      <m:ItemShape>' +
    '        <t:BaseShape>IdOnly</t:BaseShape>' +
    '      </m:ItemShape >' +
    '      <m:ItemIds>' +
    '        <t:ItemId Id="' + ewsId + '" />' +
    '      </m:ItemIds>' +
    '    </m:GetItem>' +
    '  </soap:Body>' +
    '</soap:Envelope>';

Office.context.mailbox.makeEwsRequestAsync(request, function (result) {
    console.log(result);
});
// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/85-tokens-and-service-calls/send-message-using-make-ews-request-async.yaml
var request = '<soap:Envelope xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:m="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages" xmlns:t="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types" xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">'+
    '  <soap:Header><t:RequestServerVersion Version="Exchange2010" /></soap:Header>'+
    '  <soap:Body>'+
    '    <m:CreateItem MessageDisposition="SendAndSaveCopy">'+
    '      <m:SavedItemFolderId><t:DistinguishedFolderId Id="sentitems" /></m:SavedItemFolderId>'+
    '      <m:Items>'+
    '        <t:Message>'+
    '          <t:Subject>Hello, Outlook!</t:Subject>'+
    '          <t:Body BodyType="HTML">This message was sent from a ScriptLab code sample, used from ' + Office.context.mailbox.diagnostics.hostName + ', version ' + Office.context.mailbox.diagnostics.hostVersion + '!</t:Body>'+
    '          <t:ToRecipients>'+
    '            <t:Mailbox><t:EmailAddress>' + Office.context.mailbox.userProfile.emailAddress + '</t:EmailAddress></t:Mailbox>'+
    '          </t:ToRecipients>'+
    '        </t:Message>'+
    '      </m:Items>'+
    '    </m:CreateItem>'+
    '  </soap:Body>'+
    '</soap:Envelope>';

Office.context.mailbox.makeEwsRequestAsync(request, function (result) {
    console.log(result);
});