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Inside Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Web Services by Huw Upshall, Mark Taylor, Ben Spain, Michael Mainer, David Sterling

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Creating a Recurring Series

Exchange Web Services gives you a number of types for creating a new recurring series. To create a recurring series, you need to define two pieces of information, the recurrence pattern and the recurrence range. A recurrence pattern defines the frequency of occurrences within the series. A recurrence range defines the starting date and (optional) ending date of the series.

Before we get into details, let’s start with a basic example of a recurring series—a birthday! A birthday follows a recurring pattern—it repeats on the same day of the same month every year. A birthday also has a range—a start date (the year a person was born) and, although depressing to think about, an end date. Allow us to introduce dear Grandma ...

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