The Office 365 Contact API gives full access to a user's contacts and contact groups they have logged in Exchange Online. The Contact API can retrieve personal contact information such as email, address, name, phone number, and more. The API also allows developers to add a new contact or edit existing contacts. In order to access the Office 365 APIs, developers must first register their apps with Microsoft. All APIs use JSON with the Auth0 protocol for authentication, and Azure AD for authorization.
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Microsoft's Office 365 APIs can be integrated into 3rd party applications. In order to do so, the app must use Azure AD authorization to confirm accounts. This page describes how to add Microsoft Azure Active Directory common consent to an application written in ASP.NET app.
This summary is an overview on how to create, manage, edit, and delete file attachments when working with the Office 365 API suite. Attachment functionality behaves the same way across all 3 core APIs. This summary includes JSON code examples and implementation walkthroughs.