Exchange Messaging Tasks

Topic Last Modified: 2007-06-12

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 provides a powerful platform that enables users to send messages by using a variety of technologies, including the following:

  • Exchange Web Services
  • WebDAV
  • The Exchange store¬†OLE DB provider
  • Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)¬†
  • Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP)
  • Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)
  • MAPI

Users receive messages in their private mailbox folders in the Exchange store, which you can access by using WebDAV, Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3), IMAP, and MAPI.

The topics in this section describe how to work with messages.

In This Section

Messaging Frequently Asked Questions

Introduction to Messaging

Creating E-mail Messages (Exchange Web Services)

Deleting E-mail Messages (Exchange Web Services)

Configuring the Message Object

Addressing the Message

Creating a Message

Setting Message Header Fields

Setting Subject and TextBody Fields

Adding Attachments

Embedding a Message

Manually Adding Attachments

Creating MIME-Formatted Messages

Sending and Posting Messages

Sending E-mail Messages (Exchange Web Services)

Sending by Using Exchange

Posting by Using Exchange

Replying to Messages

Forwarding Messages

Extracting Embedded Messages

Loading Messages from Within ADO Stream Objects

Saving Messages into ADO Stream Objects

Listing Inbox Contents Using ADO

Sending Mail Using CDOEX and Exchange Server 2007

Sorting the Inbox Based on Received Time Using ADO

Sending SMTP Mail by the Pickup Directory Using CDOSYS (VBScript)

Sending SMTP Mail by Port 25 Using CDOSYS (VBScript)

Sending a Web Page by SMTP Mail Using CDOSYS

Listing Unread Messages in a Folder Using ADO

Sending a Message Using CDOEX

Sending SMTP Mail by the Pickup Directory Using CDOSYS (Visual Basic)

Sending SMTP Mail by Port 25 Using CDOSYS (Visual Basic)

Posting a Message to an NNTP Newsgroup

Sending a Message (with Attachments) with OLEDB and CDOEX

Sending a Message (WebDAV)

Enumerating Message Attachments (WebDAV)