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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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Chapter 12. Attachments

Users are quite familiar with e-mail attachments. Attachments can be the source of much joy (pictures of the grandchildren), or much pain (XYZVirus.exe). Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Web Services (EWS) supports the creation and retrieval of attachments. In this chapter, we will discuss item and file attachments, their structure, and best practices when dealing with them.

What Are Attachments?

A given item within a Mailbox can have zero or more attachments associated with it. When an item has attachments, the data about these attachments will be stored within the Exchange Store attachments table. Using Outlook Spy, you can easily see attachment information for a given item. For example, we sent a simple e-mail with an image ...

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