Including folder Id info in resourceData property for Outlook resources when do messages subscription in Graph API method
When the user receives an email, Microsoft Graph sends a notification like the following:
If the returned result contains information about the folder id, it will be helpful to filter out unwanted information in some specific folders.3 votes
It seems that Outlook REST APIs is providing new scopes and the possibility to request the shared mailboxes. See this question on StackOverflow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/38616499/what-is-the-purpose-of-the-new-read-user-and-shared-mail-delegated-scope-in-az/38626322?noredirect=1#comment64649553_38626322
The problem now lies in the fact that we cannot "discover" the shared mailbox for the end user. It means that you cannot create an application that show all the shared mailboxes for an end-user because we do not know the name/id for them.199 votes
Thank you for this feedback. We are aware of this. We are not actively invested in this right now. More votes would help prioritize this. ^JT
Right now you cannot achieve "conversations" view in a mail folder using REST API with one request.
A workaround can be found here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41161515/best-way-to-achieve-conversation-view-for-mail-folder-using-outlook-rest-api
but it is quite slow and not very efficient. Conversations view is the primary view of many mail client but is not achivable (easily) with REST API21 votes
We are aware of this. It is currently on our backlog. More votes would help prioritize this. ^JT
I'm sending email on behalf of logged-in user in my app.
I would like to ability to include email signature defined in the user's mail settings.82 votes
This is something we are aware of. There is currently work being done in all the Outlook clients so that a mail signature roams between clients. Then work can be done to make it available on the Microsoft Graph. ^JT
Right now the Graph SDK upload limit is 4MB (http://graph.microsoft.io/en-us/docs/api-reference/v1.0/api/itemuploadcontent). It should be at least 100mb, such as OneDrive SDK provides (https://dev.onedrive.com/items/uploadput.htm)42 votes
I've tried Googling it, but to no avail, so I am here asking for solution to this (seemingly) straightforward question: How do you mark a message as 'Junk' using Outlook REST API 2.0 ? Currently, the API documentation link does not provide any help in this, only thing I could do is as follows, which basically "moves" a message from Inbox to Junk Email, not really ideal.
Please see my StackOverflow question, where it is suggested I add it to this forum.
Fawad, thank you for your input, it is greatly appreciated. This is definitely something we’d like to get to and it is on our roadmap, but we don’t have a timeline yet to commit to. We’ll keep you posted with updates.
Office Extensibility Team
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