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  1. provide a way to access a calendar from the browser

    1) For the calendars, I would need a property similar to Event.WebLink in order to be able to access the calendar from the browser

    2) If possible, when opening the calendar in the browser, I would need to provide the calendar view (day/week/month) and the date.

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    1 comment  ·  EWS & Outlook APIs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Provide additional features around Exchange Permissions.

    This request is multi-part:

    - Provide a way to find what/where a particular user has access and to what permissions level, both for administrators and to the end user without a resource intensive powershell script (today's method).

    - Provide a built-in Permissions Administrator RBAC role that limits the administrators ability to only manage permissions (Access and Sending Rights) to a user or group. Provide them with a limited ECP view. No access to content, just Rights Management.

    - Provide a Permissions Troubleshooting tool via the Remote Connectivity Analyzer.

    16 votes
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    Under review  ·  4 comments  ·  EWS & Outlook APIs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  3. A Single call to get events from all users calendars (default and others) using office 365 API

    It will be nice if Office 366 API expose a single call to return all events from Users calendars.
    Instead of, first getting all calendars to know the Ids, then for each calendar make another all to get events by passing Calendar ID

    15 votes
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    0 comments  ·  EWS & Outlook APIs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  4. 8 votes
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    Under review  ·  2 comments  ·  EWS & Outlook APIs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  5. Allow us to not store credentials when doing automated fulfillment from managed code (Exchange)

    "I am attempting to do some automated fulfillment from managed code, The exchange management shell is installed on the server and the application will be running under credentials that have access. How do I do this without having to store the credentials?"

    Source: MSDN Survey Verbatim, 10/17/14
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff326159 (not in this doc)

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  6. Office 365 json api | send emails with inline image attachments

    I send the description my team is having with the json integration with Office API 365.

    We want to send an email with inline attachments through the JSON API.

    With that objective, what we are doing:

    1. Create an empty draft message;
    2. Send the several inline attachments;
    3. Update the body of the draft message (with cid images inline);
    4. Send the message;

    What is are our issue with the API?

    We are unable to set the "ContentType" properties when we submit the attachments to the Office API 365.
    Despite the "ContentType" we send, it is always null.

    We…

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  7. Over a certain threshold return a URL to download the Attachment contents

    Instead of returning an enormous base64 string in JSON that has to be streamed by some event-based json parser, make things easy.

    For under 32K inline it
    For over 32k provide an endpoint

    response could be (inline)

    {
    inline: true
    content: (base64)

    }

    or not inline

    {
    inline: false
    content: 'http:xxxx/streamingservice.com/attachments/3293929349d"

    7 votes
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