Bogeremia Absent Member.
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Incremental replication for a mailbox

- How can we perform an incremental replication for a mailbox. Groupwise
web service provides an “incremental replication” for the system address
book (methods: getDeltaRequestInfo and getDeltasRequests).
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Incremental replication for a mailbox

There are a couple of ways.
You can do a query for items with a "delivered" date newer
than the last time you checked.
You can use events. You could watch for the FolderItemAdd
event.

Preston

>>> On Thursday, February 19, 2009 at 1:30 AM, Bogdan

Eremia<bogdan.eremia@unidec.ro> wrote:
> - How can we perform an incremental replication for a mailbox. Groupwise
> web service provides an “incremental replication” for the system

address
> book (methods: getDeltaRequestInfo and getDeltasRequests).

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Bogeremia Absent Member.
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Re: Incremental replication for a mailbox

Using a date to filter messages has a only problem- Mail deleted(no mail
in trash can)


Thanks,
Bogdan


Preston Stephenson wrote:
> There are a couple of ways.
> You can do a query for items with a "delivered" date newer
> than the last time you checked.
> You can use events. You could watch for the FolderItemAdd
> event.
>
> Preston
>
>>>> On Thursday, February 19, 2009 at 1:30 AM, Bogdan

> Eremia<bogdan.eremia@unidec.ro> wrote:
>> - How can we perform an incremental replication for a mailbox. Groupwise
>> web service provides an “incremental replication” for the system

> address
>> book (methods: getDeltaRequestInfo and getDeltasRequests).

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