Recover deleted items from a group mailbox with EWS Managed API 2.2

In case you’re interested in recovering the deleted items from a group mailbox…   Prerequisites: -Create a new RBAC group or use an existing one from Exchange Admin Center – Permissions – Admin Roles. Add the ‘ApplicationImpersonation’ role to the group and add as member the service account that will impersonate the mailbox that is…

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Empty/clean up a group mailbox with EWS Managed API 2.2

There is not much to say here. Hope you’ll find it useful! Feel free to share your opinions. 🙂   Prerequisites: -Create a new RBAC group or use an existing one from Exchange Admin Center – Permissions – Admin Roles. Add the ‘ApplicationImpersonation’ role to the group and add as member the service account that…

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Move folders and subfolders with EWS Managed API, in Exchange Online

Remaining on the same note from my previous post that speaks about email messages moves from a source folder to a target folder, I considered taking into account also the scenario where OWA users would like to move folders along with their subfolders under a target folder.  If you use Outlook, you can easily perform this task by dragging…

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Move email messages from a source folder to a target folder with EWS Managed API 2.2, in Exchange Online (including archive mailbox folders)

I have recently heard that there are customers interested in finding a way to move hundreds of emails from a source folder located in their primary mailbox, to a target folder from within their archive mailbox. Although, I am still an apprentice when it comes to programming, I have managed to create the script below which helped me…

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Delete a list of folders from specific mailboxes with EWS Managed API 2.2 and Application Impersonation, in Exchange Online

Some time ago, I worked with a customer that wanted to remove a folder that he had created in multiple mailboxes and he didn’t know how to achieve that in bulk. At that moment, I came across a very interesting article written by one of our colleagues that explains how to create a folder under…