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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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Introduction

One mid-year day in 2006, as the Exchange Web Services team was finishing work on Exchange 2007, David Sterling walked into Chris Simison’s office and said, "You might think this is crazy, but what would you think if I wrote a book on Exchange Web Services?"[1] Chris was his manager at the time and mentioned that the thought was not actually crazy and that several others had tossed the idea back and forth, but nothing had been decided yet. So began the story of this year-long endeavor to take the information from the collective brain of the Exchange Web Services team and put it in writing.

The need for such a book was well established, being that Exchange Web Services was a completely new application programming interface (API) for ...

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