When a triggering event occurs (such as a new message in the Inbox), the Office 365 notifications service pushes a notification via a webhook to the callback URL.
Mail, calendaring and CRM apps typically use notifications to update their local cache, corresponding client views, or backend system upon changes.
The data can be in the user's mail, calendar, contact, or task data secured by Azure Active Directory in Office 365, or 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. Use the control at the top right and select the version you want.
The web service can configure webhooks to cause triggering events on one site to invoke behavior on another.
When an app subscribes to notifications of a specific resource (such as messages in the user's Inbox), it specifies a webhook callback URL in the subscription request.
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Note For simplicity of reference, the rest of this article uses "Outlook.com" to include these Microsoft account domains. Use the control at the top right corner and select the version you want.
The Outlook Push Notifications REST API sends notifications via a webhook to a client-side web service to notify apps about changes to a user's mailbox data.
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