Improve push notifications Outlook API v2
As part of cloud software, we use Outlook v2 API and more specifically push notifications to detect any changes (additions/modifications/deletions) on calendars. In some cases, we need to return an HTTP error code (403 for example) or this code is never taken into account on the API side in order to potentially delete the corresponding push notification.
Would it be possible to take into account the return codes that can be made during a push notification?
Thank you for taking this request into account.
First off, thank you for taking the time and providing feedback on how we can continue to make our APIs better.
This particular UserVoice feedback channel is for the end user product. However, I have reached out to the team that manages the backlog and make sure they get this tracked.
For future reference you might want to track the Office 365 API uservoice for further API updates
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Very good idea !! We need this feature