Open Source Android Apps for Developers: ExchangeIt (Exchange Email client for Android)
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: ExchangeIt (Exchange Email client for Android)
Email client for android is an open source Android project which supports Exchange OWA (Outlook Web Access) through WebDav. It uses HttpClient to send WebDav requests to read your inbox, displays the list of messages, and uses some of the standard android Email Client classes to display the message.
Outlook Web App (OWA), originally called Outlook Web Access and before that Exchange Web Connect (EWC), is a webmail service of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 and later. The web interface of Outlook Web App resembles the interface in Microsoft Outlook. Outlook Web App comes as a part of Microsoft Exchange Server.
# Non-members may check out a read-only working copy anonymously over HTTP.
svn checkout http://exchangeit.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ exchangeit-read-only
exchangeIt is an application to get email in your OWA inbox. It currently works with OWA 2003 as long as you have WebDAV enabled. For the inbox URL, enter the full path to your inbox, including “/Inbox” on the end. You can easily find this by going to OWA and right clicking the Inbox link on the left hand side, and copying that URL. My inbox URL looks like:
I’m working on ironing out the bugs and adding to the support. OWA 2007 is also not yet supported.
In version 0.6, forms based authentication was added, as well as a background notification service for unread emails.
In version 0.7, support for self signed certs was added.
More About OWA
OWA is used to access e-mail (including support for S/MIME), calendars, contacts, tasks, and other mailbox content when access to the Microsoft Outlook desktop application is unavailable. In the Exchange 2007 release, OWA also offers read-only access to documents stored in Microsoft SharePoint sites and network (UNC) shares. Microsoft provides Outlook Web App as part of Exchange Server to allow users to connect remotely via a web browser. Some of the functionality in Outlook is also available in this web “look-alike”. The most important difference is that Microsoft Outlook allows users to work with e-mail, calendars, etc., even when an internet connection is unavailable, whereas OWA requires an internet connection to function.
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