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Users who need to limit the amount of data cached locally can set up filters on each folder.
To do this, right click on the folder and choose Properties, Synchronization tab. You'll need to repeat this on each folder where you want to limit what syncs.
Getting an access token requires you to have registered and identified your app, and obtained the appropriate authorization.
You can find out more about some streamlined registration and authorization options for you.
Get messages | Synchronize messages | Create and send messages | Reply or reply all to messages | Forward new or drafted messages | Update messages | Delete messages | Move or copy messages |Manage Focused Inbox | Manage @-Mentions (preview) | Manage rules (preview) | Unsubscribe (preview) | Get language choices (preview) | Get time zone choices (preview) | Get mailbox settings | Get auto reply settings | Update auto reply settings | Get Mail Tips (preview) | Get attachments | Create attachments | Delete attachments Folder operations Mailbox folders can contain messages and other folders.
You can get, create, change, delete, and manage folders.
For Outlook 2013, Exchange accounts can sync as little as 1 month, while Outlook 2016 can sync as little as 3 days of messages.
Get folders | Synchronize folders | Create folders | Update folders | Delete folders | Move or copy folders See also: REST API message resource | REST API Folder resource Like other Outlook REST API, for every request to the Mail API, you should include a valid access token.
It also provides the same functionality in Microsoft accounts specifically in these domains: Hotmail.com, Live.com, MSN.com, Outlook.com, and
Note For simplicity of reference, the rest of this article uses "Outlook.com" to include these Microsoft account domains.
By November 1, 2019, the v1.0 REST endpoint will be fully decommissioned, and the v1.0 documentation will be removed shortly afterwards.
Start migrating your app to use Outlook REST API in v1.0 of Microsoft Graph. The Outlook Mail API lets you read, create, and send messages and attachments, view and respond to event messages, and manage folders that are secured by Azure Active Directory in Office 365.