Writing Managed Sinks for SMTP and Transport Events

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    This technical article and sample event sinks assist developers in creating SMTP and Transport event sinks using Microsoft Visual Stuidio .NET and the .NET Framework.
    • Version:

      SP1

      File Name:

      MES.exe

      Date Published:

      7/31/2006

      File Size:

      145 KB

        This download includes documentation and source code that provide developers
        an overview of how to write event sinks for SMTP and Transport events in
        managed code using wrappers that obscure some of the details of communicating
        with the unmanaged server.

        The README file contains installation instructions and late-breaking information about this item.


        Note: If you previously downloaded and extracted these files, you should first delete the C:\Program Files\Exchange SDK\ManagedSinksWP directory before extracting the files in this download.

        Note: The documentation in this download has been updated and represents the latest version of the documentation. The online version is still the original version.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

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