Access the Exchange server
The Exchange bridge product is an effective solution to access data stored in the Microsoft Exchange server from Java. Exchange items like e-mails, contacts and appointments can be accessed, created, imported or exported with the library.
Manage Exchange emails & attachments
Enable your Java application to access Exchange messages, export attachments and send, forward or reply to e-mails programmatically.
Interact with the contacts & address book
Export or synchronize Exchange contacts with your Java software. Easily access and create contacts folders and distribution lists.
Organize the calendar & appointments
Access the Exchange calendar and appointments from Java, add new appointments or create meetings. Recurring appointments and recurrence exceptions are also supported.See the list of all supported features >
Moreover, your Java software can send meeting appointments through e-mail and read received meeting requests from other users.
This fully-featured Java API simplifies usual Exchange operations and allows developers to write robust Exchange applications in minutes. No knowledge of the Exchange technologies is necessary.
By abstracting the technologies and interfaces used to communicate with the Exchange server, your applications are assured to be compatible with future Exchange versions, without worrying about migrating existing code.
Compatibility is guarenteed by the Exchange bridge so that your Java application can focus only on accomplishing the desired functionality.
The Exchange bridge library has no dependencies on any external library and uses Exchange-specific optimized code to achieve the best possible performances. The library can be used in a J2EE web environment, as well as a J2SE desktop environment.
The only requirement is Java version 1.5 or later. In case you need support for an older Java version, please contact us.
A demo application is available to show some of the Exchange bridge's features. This application allows you to browse Exchange folders and displays items stored in those folders.
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