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    Hey All,
    I'm C#/Java developer, and I'd like to contribute a C# API. Where should I get started?
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    Are you talking about a client-side API? There are a couple of ways to go, depending on which features you want. You may be able to get away with using an existing C# POP3 or IMAP library. I don't have a lot of experience with C# mail libraries, but a quick Google search returned this one, among others:

    http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/IMAPLibrary.asp

    If you need access to Zimbra-specific features, such as conversations, you'll have to write a C# library that wraps our SOAP messages. Our SOAP API is documented in ZimbraServer/docs/soap.txt and soapadmin.txt.

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    This is what I meant, I saw that a C++/Java/C# API would be appreciated, and thought I could contribute. I'll take a look at that documentation, thanks bburtin!

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    If you need access to Zimbra-specific features, such as conversations, you'll have to write a C# library that wraps our SOAP messages. Our SOAP API is documented in ZimbraServer/docs/soap.txt and soapadmin.txt.
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