Monday, May 24, 2010

Microsoft Delivers on Interoperability Principles With Office Outlook: New open source technologies facilitate interoperability with popular Outlook data files.

A deep commitment to interoperability; see the full post for documentation details

Microsoft Corp. today announced the availability of two new open source projects that complement technical documentation recently released for Microsoft Outlook Personal Folders (.pst). Combined, the documentation and tools advance interoperability with data stored in .pst files, reflecting customer requests for greater access to data stored and shared in digital formats generated by Microsoft Outlook and for enhanced data portability.

Developers can use these resources to more easily build solutions, including competitive products, that run on top of the .pst file format, unlocking data stored in .pst files in simple scenarios, such as extracting photos stored in .pst files to create an album, as well as more complex scenarios, including archive search, e-discovery and corporate compliance, and uploading data to the cloud.

Microsoft Delivers on Interoperability Principles With Office Outlook: New open source technologies facilitate interoperability with popular Outlook data files.

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