Comments on: Creating a public contactslist in Exchange 2003 using Jakarta Slide Friends of Oracle and Java Mon, 27 Apr 2015 11:47:05 +0000 hourly 1 By: Wouter van Reeven Thu, 06 Apr 2006 14:34:53 +0000 Troy,

Do you mean you first create a new message and then try to change it to a contact? I’m not sure if this is the correct way of doing it. I would suggest you add statements to transform the message into a contact immediately when you create the message and then give it another try.
Another issue may be that the XML namespaces and tags have different values than the ones in my blog. The ones in my blog refer to Exchange 2003 SP2 so if you are using another version, please refer to the documentation of that version to get the correct XML namespaces and tags.

HTH, Wouter

By: Troy Wolf Tue, 04 Apr 2006 23:59:56 +0000 I am using PHP to execute the WebDAV commands.
I am able to create a new item in a contacts folder, but so far I’m unable
to change the item from a message to an actual contact (IPF.Contact). I am including:

Any ideas?

By: Chris Gralike Fri, 16 Dec 2005 12:17:33 +0000 Well about security, because the store is allready secured by the rights that are set on the folders containing the objects your are creating, the security settings are automaticly duplicated on the new objects because they are childs of the folder that holds them.

In in this case u only need to set the security right on the parrent, and make sure the user that is used to create these objects have owner rights on this folder…

so no need to know how microsoft uses SIDS and UIDS to determin the security… let exchange worry about that 😀

By: Marco Gralike Mon, 12 Dec 2005 23:23:43 +0000 …without needing to concern about rights policies and other complex microsoft technologies…AND security.


By: Chris Gralike Fri, 09 Dec 2005 20:24:03 +0000 The problem with the AD store is that it doesnt hold the data for the Exchange Public folders. This data resides in a seperate store managed by the exchange server itsself. When u use LDAP u are actually using work arround to do this. Using webDAV u are directly talking to the Public store of exchange without needing to concern about rights policies and other complex microsoft technologies…

By: Aino Andriessen Fri, 09 Dec 2005 10:14:04 +0000 I suppose you can also use LDAP to communicate with the Exchange server.

By: Maike Dulk Thu, 08 Dec 2005 19:17:13 +0000 Koel!