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I am looking for an mail server for windows with an api, the reason for this is that i want to let my uses be able to add new accounts and such forth to the mail server, but i have not really been ably to find one. Do any of you know a windows mail server that has an api, so external programs can control it.

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closed as off topic by Wesley, mgorven, Iain May 26 '12 at 6:23

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Are you familiar with PowerShell scripting? Exchange exports objects for managing mailboxes with powershell. – Dmitri Chubarov May 26 '12 at 2:57
do you want these people to be able to delete accounts also? – tony roth May 26 '12 at 3:39

Exchange has a complete management API see Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Management Shell SDK

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