Last year we announced end of support for Basic Authentication for Exchange Web Services (EWS), Exchange Active Sync (EAS), Post Office Protocol (POP), Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), and Remote PowerShell (RPS) in Exchange Online.
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You can now use these Outlook APIs in Graph v1.0 to implement production apps that require access to the raw contents of an email message or an attachment. You can download file attachments in binary format or item attachments in MIME format. Also, you can translate the format of identifiers of multiple resources by specifying the source and target ID types.
Today, we are announcing that on October 13th, 2020 we will stop supporting and retire Basic Authentication for Exchange Active Sync (EAS), Post Office Protocol (POP), Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), and Remote PowerShell (RPS) in Exchange Online. This means that new or existing applications using one or more of these API’s/protocols will not be able to use Basic Authentication when connecting to Office 365 mailboxes or endpoints and will need to update how they authenticate.
Today we’re announcing the release of mail search folder APIs to the Microsoft Graph v1.0 endpoint. A mail search folder is a virtual folder in the user's mailbox that contains all the email items matching a specified search criterion. A Microsoft Graph app can use this feature to quickly fetch all emails that match a predefined search criterion.
Today we’re excited to announce the release of the Application Access Policy feature for Exchange Online PowerShell. This feature allows Exchange Online administrators to scope application permissions for Microsoft Graph to allow access to specified mailboxes in their Office 365 tenant.
Today we’re excited to announce the release of two highly requested APIs to the Microsoft Graph beta endpoint. These allow you to retrieve the contents of an email message in MIME format and to download file, item attachments in their raw format.