I am looking to kick start a project where one of the requirements is to synchronize contact and appointment data to/from Exchange Server 2010 to a simple table in SQL Server 2012
- Needs to be developed in C# .NET 4.0 or later.
- Would use EWS (Exchange Web Services) Managed API v2.0 ([url removed, login to view](v=[url removed, login to view]).aspx) to access the Exchange layer and determine the synchronization state.
- Would need to work with multiple Exchange mailboxes.
- Needs to work with Exchange 2007 or greater.
- You can use use SQL Server Change Tracking to determine changes in the table. ([url removed, login to view]) but if you have your own sync engine I would consider that as well.
- Huge Bonus: Implement all of this using the Microsoft Sync Framework ([url removed, login to view]) if you are an expert using this framework then we need to talk :)
- Clear and concise C# code samples using design patterns as necessary to demo the result of the data synchronization.
- Data conflict resolution should be configurable in code.
- No front-end is needed, should be a console application.
I cannot provide any servers for testing/development.
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Hi, I am very much interested to do the project, i have expertise exchange 2012 on exchange webservices and API as well as SQL and .net, lets start the work. Thanks
Dear Sir I would like to work on this project. I went through your project description and I am agree to all of your terms. If possible please message me for detail discussion. thanks grtcoder
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Hi I have similar sync between excgange 2010, MS-OUTLOOK AND SQL SERVER ON by windows server after a userdfined interval of time. I can work for you too