I am trying to access a calendar hosted by Microsoft Exchange 2007 through Exchange Web Services. To build up the SOAP request, I am using a class based on the work done here:
The PHP is all functioning exactly as expected, so this is not a PHP question. Indeed, I am able to access the default user calender perfectly, by using the following construction:
$FindItem->Traversal = "Shallow";
Shape = "AllProperties";
ddress = "firstname.lastname@example.org";
rId->Id = "calendar";
$result = $client->FindItem($FindIte
However, the target I really want to access is not the default user calendar (using the special 'calendar' identifier), but an additional user created calendar (several, in fact). This is the sort you can make in Outlook when you create a new folder of type calendar.
Doing this for user created mail folders is straight forward, as one can obtain an Id and ChangeKey from a FindFolder operation and plug it into the FindItem call, as below.
->Id = "id_from_FindFolder_result
y = "ChangeKey_from_FindFolder
If you run the FindFolder operation at root level (Top of Information Store), using Traversal = 'Deep', an exhaustive list of all mail folders will appear (and Notes too), but no calendar folders.
My question is... How do I construct a FindFolder operation to include calendar folders? As mentioned earlier, addressing the default user calendar is easy, what with the reserved Ids available, laid out by Microsoft at the links below. I dare say I could address these calendars with FindItem, but need FindFolder to obtain the Id and ChangeKey to plug into it.
Any help would be most appreciated. Do ask questions if I've not been clear enough.