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    Jeff McKay commented  · 

    Just to add my voice - yes the ability to import a MIME/RFC-822 message is critical. Along with many other missing features that make Graph inferior to EWS. Is anybody at Microsoft working on this stuff? Would be nice if they posted some kind of schedule of updates/fixes. But it was nice to see that they have delayed getting rid of basic authentication in EWS for year, due to Covid.

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    Jeff McKay commented  · 

    Fully support this - without the ability to read/create contact lists, the Graph API is DOA for our application, can't use it. Let's hope EWS stays around for a long while!

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    Jeff McKay commented  · 

    No need for a new end point, all you have to do is fix "/me/contactfolders/{id}/contacts". Right now this returns data for all normal contacts in the folder, but nothing about distribution lists. Oddly, if you ask for a count, the @odata.count value shows the presence of your lists, but the data is missing.

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    Jeff McKay commented  · 

    I'm not entirely sure if a "planner" task is the same as an Outlook task, but I have the same problem reading them. I really need to do it via Application authentication, not Delegate authentication (i.e. where the user is required to log in and supply a password). It seems bizarre that Application auth works for other data (email, calendar, contacts) but not tasks. Please upgrade the priority on this.

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