Is my license valid for the Exchange Plug-in as well as the ExchangeWS Plug-in
Yes, it is, as long as you have a maintenance subscription.
You can use the license with both Plug-ins but only on the same server(s) that you have the license for.
This does not apply to the JEC and EWSJ libraries.
There is an upgrade fee for moving from JEC to EWSJ.
You can go to http://www.javaexchangeconnector.com/ for more information.
What Exchange versions are supported by the Exchange Plug-in?
The Exchange Plug-in supports Exchange Server 2000 and 2003. The ExchangeWS Plug-in supports exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013. We recommend the Exchange Plug-in for Exchange 2000 and 2003. We recommend the ExchangeWS Plug-in for 2007, 2010 and 2013.
What protocol is used by the ExchangeWS Plug-in and what is its architecture?
The ExchangeWS Plug-in is based on the EWSJ libraries. EWSJ Uses EWS/HTTP to communicate with Exchange. Regarding the Architecture: EWSJ does not rely on any Web Services library, which gives the Plug-in much more flexibility when implementing ...
How can I debug the Exchange Plug-in
When you start to work with the Exchange and/or ExchangeWS Plug-in it is good to have additional information about what you are doing. Or you need to debug an issue and JEC or IT2BE ask you for additional information. When this is the case please ...
How does the Exchange Plug-in communicate with Exchange Server?
The Exchange Plug-in makes use of the JEC and EWSJ libraries of Netcomps LTD. You can find more information about the company and its products here.
What is a Server license?
A Server license is a license that allows you to use the Exchange Plug-in on only one machine. It is likely that you or your client will have 2 NICS installed on that machine. One for internal use and one for external use. You are allowed to use one ...