Exchange Web Services Windows Vista Gadget
The Exchange Web Services Windows Vista Gadget Sample Application is available to download from the Microsoft site.
The Exchange Web Services Windows Vista Gadget sample application uses Exchange Web Services to retrieve Inbox, Calendar, and Task information from a user's Exchange 2007 mailbox. This sample application enables you to do the following:
- View your latest e-mail messages, upcoming appointments, and tasks.
- Page through your Inbox.
- Open items in a fly-out window.
- Open items in Outlook Web Access.
- Mark messages as read or unread.
- Delete messages.
The Pro-Exchange site has a good review about this gadget.
There are a couple of other related samples that you might be interested in:
- Unified Messaging Web Service Sample - The Unified Messaging Web Service Sample describes how to create proxy classes that interact with the Unified Messaging Web service. The proxy classes make it easier to implement the interaction between the client and the Web service.
- TimeChangeType Extension Sample - The TimeChangeType Extension Sample extends the TimeChangeType that implements IXmlSerializable to create an IXmlSerializable partial class.
- Exchange Server 2007 Legacy API Property Mapping - The Exchange Server 2007 Legacy API Property Mapping download includes a spreadsheet that maps WebDAV/CDOEX properties to Exchange Web Services properties. You can use the information in the spreadsheet to migrate your WebDAV/CDOEX–based applications to Exchange Web Services in Exchange 2007.