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kulebyaka

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Good afternoon!
I want to send email (programmatically from .Net) via ActiveSync protocol through Kerio Connect server. This email should appear in the sent items folder in my email account. Is it possible?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Yes it is if you buy a license from Microsoft and implement full Exchange ActiveSync client in .NET.
Otherwise, look for existing libraries for SMTP or Exchange Web Services for .NET.

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j.a.duke

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I don't know the license cost for implementing ActiveSync, but wouldn't SMTP/IMAP work just as well?

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Jon
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