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Python client for Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS)

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Exchange Web Services client library

This module is an ORM for your Exchange mailbox, providing Django-style access to all your data. It is a platform-independent, well-performing, well-behaving, well-documented, well-tested and simple interface for communicating with an on-premise Microsoft Exchange 2007-2016 server or Office365 using Exchange Web Services (EWS). Among other things, it implements autodiscover, and functions for searching, creating, updating, deleting, exporting and uploading calendar, mailbox, task, contact and distribution list items.

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Teaser

Here's a short example of how

exchangelib
works. Let's print the first 100 inbox messages in reverse order:
from exchangelib import Credentials, Account

credentials = Credentials('[email protected]', 'topsecret') account = Account('[email protected]', credentials=credentials, autodiscover=True)

for item in account.inbox.all().order_by('-datetime_received')[:100]: print(item.subject, item.sender, item.datetime_received)

Documentation

Documentation is available at https://ecederstrand.github.io/exchangelib/. Source code documentation is available at https://ecederstrand.github.io/exchangelib/exchangelib/.

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