Secure communication between your Tealeaf installation and Exchange requires an authentication key that is unique to the connection between your Tealeaf installation and your Exchange account. You create the key in Exchange and copy it into the Tealeaf configuration.
Confirm that your organization has an active Exchange account and that you can access it.
Confirm that you have user permissions that allow you to update configurations in your Tealeaf installation.
To enable your Tealeaf installation to access Exchange, you must register Tealeaf as an endpoint in your Exchange account. Exchange generates an authentication key during the registration process. Tealeaf uses the key to authenticate each call it makes to Exchange.
You must add the Exchange authentication key to the Tealeaf configuration.
- Log in to Exchange and go to the Endpoints tab. Click Register new endpoint.
- Find and open the Tealeaf endpoint. Click Register.
Exchange adds Tealeaf to the list of available endpoints. The endpoint remains Pending until you complete the entire registration process.
- Return to the Endpoints tab. Select the Tealeaf endpoint.
- Open the endpoint details and copy the endpoint authentication key.
- In your Tealeaf installation, go to the UBXTools folder and open config.properties. Enter the authentication key as the value for the ubx.application.endpoint.authentication.key property.
- Save the file.
RegisterEndpointscript to finish registering Tealeaf as an endpoint in your Exchange account.
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