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WS client to access MS exchange server web services.

 
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I am very new to Web services.
I want to write a Java base web service client which will call MS Exchange server 2007 web services.
Please suggest me possible approaches.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Do you have documentation for those web services? If you had a WSDL for it, then you could use a tool like wsdl2java (comes with Apache Axis2) to create Java client code for it. Other SOAP stacks -like Metro- have similar tools.
 
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