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More about Receiving Emails Through Apex

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The post I wrote about Receiving and Sending Emails through Apex two years ago has continued to be the most popular post on this blog. So, for all of you that are obviously very interested in this subject, here are some more tips about working with Inbound Emails. In a follow-up post to this one, I will write more about what to consider when sending Outbound Emails. Creating the Inbound Email […]

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Accessing Salesforce SOAP API through a Proxy Server with a .NET Service Reference

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 If you need to access the Salesforce SOAP API through a proxy server using a .NET Service Reference, you may be confused about how to do this exactly. This would be needed if your .NET application needed to access Salesforce through a firewall. Unfortunately, there is precious little info out there on the Internet (especially when it comes to accessing Salesforce specifically) about how to do this precise thing, hence why […]

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Force.com Canvas and .NET Considerations

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Introduced in Winter 2013, Force.com Canvas offers a way to host non-native (aka, non-force.com) web applications within Salesforce. Using a signed request, applications developed with your language of choice (including .NET) can connect to Salesforce and access data without requiring the authenticated Salesforce user to also log in to your web application. I really like this technology because it opens up lots of opportunities for developers and allows shops with […]

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Comparing the Force.com SOAP API to the New Salesforce Toolkit for .NET

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Last week I sat in on a webinar titled, “Build Customer Centric Applications Using the Salesforce Toolkit for .NET“, presented by Wade Wegner and Richard Seroter. As a .NET developer, I was excited to see a new way of connecting Salesforce via .NET. But, I was REALLY excited when I heard that the new toolkit was open-source and provided native libraries that utilized the async and await model in .NET. I […]

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Receiving and Sending Emails Through Apex

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Want to Learn More about Inbound Email Services? Click HERE! Inbound Email Services Automated process that uses Apex classes to process the content, headers and attachments from inbound emails to a salesforce.com email address. Each email service has one or more salesforce-generated email addresses to which users can send a message for processing. An email service only processes messages it receives at one of it’s addresses. For example, you can […]

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