We are trying to interface with Exchange 2016 using the EWS. The documentation for EWS is awful, very little information from both MS and CF. In particular, we would like to get a library to interface with emails and calendars. Something similar to this:
But for ColdFusion, complete with examples. Is there anything out there?
CF10+ has CFEXCHANGE that works with email and calendars. If Security Sandbox is enabled, you'll need to make sure that CFEXCHANGE is allowed.
Also, seeing as how CF is basically a wrapper for Java (Tomcat), you could use the JWebServicesForExchange, if you're not up to using the CFEXCHANGE tagset.
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Thanks for the reply. We are using CF WES classes and having a hard time with the lack of good documentation. We can send email, create an appointment on a service user's calendar. But we need to actually, add the event to a "room" resource's calendar. We can do that by adding the room email address as an attendee -- but that generates a series of emails for approval... Also, we want to add a third person as the actual organizer of the event, not the service account we use to interface with Exchange. As you can see they are a lot of details that are not explained anywhere...
I am familiar with the JWES library! That's the link I added to the email. But I would prefer a native ColdFusion library.
Sorry, I'm not familiar with CF WES, at all. Does WES mean Web Exchange Services???? I tried Google "CF WES" and got listings for cystic fibrosis!
I'm finding all kinds of things using CFEXCHANGECALENDAR, which is native CF, but not a library. You may need to code this, yourself. Unless someone else is familiar with your current methods.
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