Hello! We're looking to create a room booking system which would also integrate with Outlook. We're on Outlook 2007 and Remedy 8.1. My preference would be to use web services because that is tried and tested in our environment. Has anyone else tried this? What we've tried so far is connecting to the Services.wsdl in SOAP UI. If I just put the wsdl URL in "Initial WSDL" field it prompts me for a username, password and domain and after entering that, I get this error: Error loading [https://webmail.access.uk.com/ews/Services.wsdl]: org.apache.xmlbeans.XmlException: org.apache.xmlbeans.XmlException: error: Unexpected end of file after nul I get EXACTLY the same error if I intentionally put in wrong credentials. The email team have created a user for me to test with, and that user has "exchange impersonation rights". Is that necessary or should it also work if I connect as myself (i.e. a normal outlook exchange user). Any pointers? I feel like this should be a straightforward operation but maybe it isn't... Thanks! Isabel Server Information Application server version: 8.1.00 201301251157 Operating system: SunOS 5.10 On Sun Solaris virtual cluster Database Database version: 184.108.40.206.0 - 64bit Production On Sun Solaris virtual cluster Mid Tier Version 8.1.SP02 Patch 001 201505281150 Hotfix Installation Directory Web Server Information Apache Tomcat/7.0.53 Operating System Name Windows Server 2012 Java Version 1.7.0_80 Glasgow - UK Council of the Year 2015 ***Disclaimer**** This e-mail and any attachments are for the intended addressee(s) only and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. If you are not a named addressee, do not use, retain or disclose such information. This email is not guaranteed to be free from viruses and does not bind Access in any contract or obligation. SERVICE GLASGOW LLP trading as ACCESS Registered in Scotland. No: SO301705 Registered Office: 220 High Street, Glasgow, G4 0QW _______________________________________________________________________________ UNSUBSCRIBE or access ARSlist Archives at www.arslist.org "Where the Answers Are, and have been for 20 years"