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Java to Exchange integration

Matthew Brown
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Can anybody recommend a Java API for connection to Exchange? Specifically, that can perform administration tasks such as creating and deleting mailboxes and setting quotas.

So far I've discovered EWSJ, which looks promising (specifically the interface that appears to be able to run powershell scripts on the exchange server), though I'm at too early a stage to have been able to try it out. But other suggestions (or comments on that library) would be welcome.

Thanks.

Berluskoni Bb
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Joined: Dec 19, 2010
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JWebServices for Exchange - Java API for Exchange 2007/2010+

JWebDAV for Exchange - Java API for Exchange 2000/2003/2007

 
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