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Can I use WebDav on Exchange Server 2010

Posted on 2013-11-07
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Hi,

Our exchange server is going to be soon upgraded from 2003 to 2010.

Currently we have a small number of client apps (written in JavaScript and C#) which use the WebDav protocol to manipulate calendar items in Exchange.

When we upgrade to 2010 are these applications going to break and will they need re-writing to use EWS ?

I have done some initial research and I know that WebDev is being depreciated and no longer supported by Microsoft.

What I don't know is if WebDav is just not supported, or if it has been completed removed from the newer versions of Exchange.

Can someone shed some light on this please?
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by:Amit
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Ya it is been replaced with EWS. Now you can you EWS
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So any client code that uses WebDAV will not work?
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Yes, that won't work.
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