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exchangeServer = new xx.xxx.mpost.ExchangeServiceBinding(); exchangeServer.Url = "https://mpost.xxx.xx/ews/exchange.asmx"; System.Net.ICredentials creds = new System.Net.NetworkCredential(mailboxuser, mailboxpwd, ""); exchangeServer.Credentials = creds; xx.xxx.mpost.FindItemType fit = new xx.xxx.mpost.FindItemType(); fit.Traversal = xx.xxx.mpost.ItemQueryTraversalType.Shallow; xx.xxx.mpost.DistinguishedFolderIdType folderIDs = new xx.xxx.mpost.DistinguishedFolderIdType; folderIDs = new xx.xxx.mpost.DistinguishedFolderIdType(); folderIDs.Id = xx.xxx.mpost.DistinguishedFolderIdNameType.inbox; fit.ParentFolderIds = folderIDs; xx.xxx.mpost.ItemResponseShapeType irst = new xx.xxx.mpost.ItemResponseShapeType(); irst.BaseShape = xx.xxx.mpost.DefaultShapeNamesType.AllProperties; fit.ItemShape = irst; xx.xxx.mpost.FindItemResponseType firt = exchangeServer.FindItem(fit);
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