Microsoft Exchange Summary

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Microsoft Exchange Server is a mail server and calendaring server developed by Microsoft. It runs exclusively on Windows Server operating systems


This guide provides an overview of out of the box (OOTB) Microsoft Exchange Connector which uses SSH to communicate with Microsoft Exchange for provisioning and de-provisioning entities. This guide explains the required configurations, parameters, and different attributes mappings between the Connector and Microsoft Exchange supported system


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Microsoft Exchange Application Summary


Page Contents:


Summary - Connector (Lifecycle) Capabilities


RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle - Microsoft Exchange Application Guide Available
CreateAccount: creates a mailbox
DeleteAccount: deletes a mailbox
EnableAccount: enables a mailbox
DisableAccount: disables a mailbox
UpdateAccount: updates a mailbox
MoveAccount: moves a mailbox from one database to another


Other useful Resources:


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Detailed Guides

To learn more, please find attached the detailed guides:


For Additional Support

 For additional Professional Services support, if needed to implement this solution, please contact your local account rep.