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Page limit added to Microsoft Graph OneNote API

We made a change to the OneNote API to set a page limit at the section level. This affects the Create page scenario. When this limit is reached for a section and an attempt is made to create a new page in that section, you will see a response with HTTP status code 507 and
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Accessing Outlook items in a user’s archived, shared or delegated mailboxes using Microsoft Graph

We have noticed that a few customers are unsure about the right way to access Outlook messages and contacts in mailboxes other than the signed-in user’s primary mailbox (archive, delegated, or shared mailboxes). For example, some customers use one of the following API URLs to access Outlook items in another mailbox, using the item ID
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Microsoft Graph .NET SDK updates

It has been a while since the Microsoft Graph SDK team provided an update and customers have been asking us when the next update will be available. It is great to hear that people care! These updates took a longer to deliver than we planned as we made a few bolder steps towards our longer-term plans, and we had a few hiccups along the way. 
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Announcing Xamarin broker support in MSAL.NET 4.9.0

We are excited to announce that MSAL.NET now supports brokers for both Xamarin iOS and Xamarin Android apps!
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Microsoft 365 / SharePoint Community (PnP) – March 2020 update

Microsoft 365 / SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) March 2020 update is out with a summary of the latest guidance, samples, and solutions from Microsoft or from the community for the community. This article is a summary of all the different areas and topics around the Microsoft 365 and SharePoint Dev ecosystem during the past month.
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Identity Protection APIs for US Gov: New Availability & Deprecation Notice

Today we’re announcing two new ways for customers in the US Government cloud to get Azure AD Identity Protection data through Microsoft Graph: The riskyUsers API and the riskDetection API.
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Microsoft Graph community call-March 3, 2020

Microsoft Graph March community call recording is now available. TLS deprecation, SDK helpers, API deprecation proposal & partner demo.
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Build your own SCIM endpoint for streamlined provisioning of your applications

Today we published an overview on how design, build and test your own SCIM endpoint for your application. To learn more, read our Provisioning with SCIM – design, build, and test your SCIM endpoint post on the identity standards blog.
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Announcing change notifications for Microsoft Teams messages

One of the most common requests we receive in UserVoice is change notifications for messages.  Developers want to build apps that can listen to Teams messages in near-real time, without polling, to enable scenarios such as bots that listen to messages on which they aren't @mentioned, or assist with enterprise information archiving and data loss prevention.  We are pleased to announce that developers can now subscribe to change notifications for Microsoft Teams messages. This feature is available in beta on the Microsoft Graph API.
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Microsoft Graph calendar events – iCalUId Update

The iCalUId returned by the Calendar event resource type in Microsoft Graph is defined as a unique, read-only identifier that is shared by all instances of an event across different calendars. It adheres to the RFC iCalendar specification of UID.
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