Reading e-mails with Microsoft Graph using .NET Paid Members Public
Following a popular article I published on Sending e-mails with Microsoft Graph using .NET, I have been asked on several occasions how to read e-mails from an inbox. There are several ways to accomplish this, and I'm highlighting one of the easier ways to show a working code example. You
A short recap of ESPC 2022 Paid Members Public
It's been some time since I attended a conference in person. ESPC 2022 in Copenhagen was amazing, and I combined working remotely from the hotel at the venue with hanging out with great people and learning a lot about trends and opportunities in our tech community. The event To set
How to: Remind me to reply to messages in Microsoft Teams Paid Members Public
Learn about the easiest capability for reminding yourself about Microsoft Teams messages. Fire and forget reminders, so you can move on with your day. When the reminder is due, Microsoft Teams will send you a notification and link you directly to the message!
Sending e-mails with Microsoft Graph using .NET Paid Members Public
Sending e-mails from custom applications and integrations in the cloud is relatively easy. In this post, we'll check out some use cases, and an easy way to set up the basic configuration and code for allowing our applications to send e-mails using the Microsoft Graph.
What's new in SharePoint Online, Microsoft 365 and SharePoint Server 2019 Paid Members Public
This week, the big event of the year is happening in the SharePoint space. SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas. During a couple of days from May 21 to May 23, Microsoft and some world-class speakers are announcing exciting news and features that are happening in the SharePoint space. This blog
Getting Started with building Azure WebJobs ("Timer Jobs") for your Office 365 sites Paid Members Public
One of my new Office 365 projects is all about migrating farm-solutions to a more Office 365 compliant format. This includes converting a lot of functionality to SharePoint Apps and other cloud-friendly formats. One of the things we’ve got plenty of is Timer Jobs. In this post I’ll
Reflections on being a worker in a mobile- and cloud first world Paid Members Public
As a lot of you know, important steps toward a new way we work is being observed throughout a lot of businesses worldwide. A lot of companies are giving their employees the benefit of working remotely over the internet and there’s a trend in seeing an increased freelance workforce
Getting started with Office 365 development - Part 4 - From development to production: Publish your app to Windows Azure Web Sites Paid Members Public
This article is part of a series about “Getting started with Office 365 development”. * Part 1 – Setting up your environment [https://zimmergren.net/technical/getting-started-with-office-365-development-part-1-setting-up-your-environment] * Part 2 – Communicate with the Exchange REST API [https://zimmergren.net/technical/getting-started-with-office-365-development-part-2-communicate-with-the-exchange-rest-api] * Part 3 – Building a sample Web Forms application that integrated with Offi