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Is it possible that the ActiveSync documentation is missing?

[Deus, Javier Meilán]
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Javier Meilán Deus - 05:20am, Mar 29 2022

I'm trying to make some automations in the activesync accounts, but I see that the documentation is missing in the docs and in https://webmail.commcenter.es:444/MdMgmtWS

this is correct?

I only see a few examples

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Keith Personett (apparently) - Mar 29, 2022 10:19 am (#3 Total: 5)  

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Yes, it IS entirely possible that the ActiveSync documentation is missing.

 

The ActiveSync operation is not fully complete, and documentation has not been written for it yet, though, the samples (so far) are published.

 

I don’t believe I’ve written the API code for removing a client device yet, however, that is planned.

 

Now that I know that someone is wanting to use that operation, I will prioritize it for v.22.5. Acceptable?

 

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Javier Meilán Deus - Mar 29, 2022 11:24 am (#4 Total: 5)  

 

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Perfect,
Thanks for your contribution, I will work on other implementations and I will wait for version 22.5 to implement it.

Thanks

Keith Personett (apparently) - Jun 21, 2022 9:32 am (#5 Total: 5)  

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21241 : Create an ActiveSync operation in XMLAPI

 

Working with ActiveSync data via the UpdateUser operation was cumbersome and very limited. The new ActiveSync operation will allow for much more streamlined functionality and allow for future expansion of the that functionality. It allows modification of the Global Configuration, Log customization, Diagnostic settings, Client Settings at all levels, license usage auditing and management, client management, and other areas of the ActiveSync API. Future additions will include setting protocol restrictions, policy management, and should be able to bo updated to follow the MDaemon ActiveSync API with each subsequent version.

 

 

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Perfect,
Thanks for your contribution, I will work on other implementations and I will wait for version 22.5 to implement it.

Thanks


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