Microsoft Exchange

The Microsoft Exchange Webservices are used to reach Microsoft Exchange and corresponding services.
These are for example Outlook Web Access, Active Sync and Outlook Anywhere.
With this web service, it is also possible to configure an external outlook client via autodiscover.

In the general configuration settings of the exchange web service, the name, internal url of your web service and the alias name are configured.
The alias that is generated this way, will be later used to access the web service.

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In the exchange web service advanced configuration, you can select the authorization type in the authentication tab.
This is used to protect the webservice against unauthorized access.
It is also possible to define trusted ip addresses or networks, that do not need to authenticate.

Example:

In the Exchange Autodiscover tab, you can select if autodiscover should be enabled and configure the domains that are activated for autodiscover.
For the SimplexGate Gateway, there are some prerequisites that have to be configured first, in order to make autodiscover work correctly erf├╝llt sein.

Example:

In the Access options tab, you define which exchange services are available.

Example:

In the HTTP tab, you can configure the host header field.
This is used to define, what hostname the webservice will show over the SimplexGate Gateway.

The default redirect path can be changed as well, to redirect access without a path directly to the specified path.

Example: