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Re: Id vs GUID with WEBDAV

From: Julian Reschke <julian.reschke@gmx.de>
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 15:45:38 +0200
Message-ID: <44901302.60204@gmx.de>
To: Daniel Scherrer <Scherrer@innosolv.ch>
CC: w3c-dist-auth@w3.org

Hi Daniel,

this is a question that really is specific to MS Exchange (I guess...), 
and their proprietary use of WebDAV. It's unlikely that you'll find 
somebody over here who knows about this stuff, so it probably would be 
better to find help on a MS-specific mailing list (newsgroup/community...).

Best regards, Julian

Daniel Scherrer schrieb:
> Hi all
>         I am software Developer from Switzerland. Our company develops 
> software for municipalities. Our idea is to intercept the GUID of 
> appointments, tasks and emails which were sent from our software.
>         I have the WebDav example which is written in C Sharp under the 
> magnifying glass taken. Now I have determined the DAV:id (GUID) with the 
> following call.
>         <?xml version=3D"1.0"?><D:searchrequest xmlns:D =3D "DAV:"
>  ><D:sql>SELECT "DAV:id" FROM "_https://.............._" WHERE
> "DAV:ishidden" =3D false AND "DAV:isfolder" =3D 
> false</D:sql></D:searchrequest>
>         The result is a sign result this long.
>         However, in VSTO 2.0 I have determined the GUID with the 
> following long.
> *000000006E9F28AF9250CE4BAD6346005B6CCB15070017C5A76686B91E41AEB3BC4C1E24*
> *37CC00000003CB16000017C5A76686B91E41AEB3BC4C1E2437CC00000037FA7B0000*
>         Now with the GUID from VSTO I can call the email directly about 
> the Commandline. And this would fit me very well. Is it to be deciphered 
> possibly the GUID from WebDav, so that I can appeal to the command line 
> with it?
>         Or is there a possibility with the DAV:id to do a call without 
> giving the filing list like "incoming mail"?
>         Thank you for her help
>         Best Regards
> Daniel Scherrer
> InnoSolv AG, Ikarusstrasse 9, 9015 St. Gallen
> Tel.    071 314 20 00
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