Adding an Exchange Server Integration Provider

Adding an Exchange Server Integration Provider

Exchange Server integration provides access to calendars for meeting rooms and also people, if it is specified as the default provider. To add a new Exchange Server Integration Provider, choose the menu option Preferences -> Integrations.

Adding an Integration Provider

Click the + button to add a new Integration Provider, or click one that has been created previously to edit.

Select Exchange Server.

When adding a new Exchange Server Integration, you will be presented with a number of options. Complete them as described below:

When adding a new Exchange Server Integration, you will be presented with a number of options. Complete them as described below:
Name: Display name to identify the provider.
Exchange Version: This field helps resolve issues arising from differences in Exchange EWS. Selecting Exchange 2013 SP1 will include any version from that date to the present.

Domain: Internal domain name, used for login.
Username: Internal Active Directory Username of an account that has at least Read free/busy permissions to calendars that you wish to display.
Password: Password for the specified account.
Use AutoDiscovery: Tick this option if you do not know your Exchange Service URL. NOTE: this may not work correctly, especially in Hybrid Office 365 Deployments.
Make this the default Calendar Provider: If this is the only calendar provider, this will be enabled by default.  Currently all user calendars are displayed only via the default provider. This option is currently only for Resource/Asset calendars.
Autodiscover Email: This is required when attempting to use Autodiscovery to locate the exchange service URL.

For information about how to configure a calendar for an asset or resource, please view the article Configuring Asset/Resource Calendar.

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