Layer2 Data Provider for Microsoft Exchange: Connection String
The connection is established
directly to the Exchange Server, on-premises or in the cloud, not via Outlook.
Exchange 2007 SP1, 2010, 2013, and Online is supported.
Sample Connection Strings:
Url=https://outlook.office365.com; Username=my[email protected];
Url=https://myExchange; Username=my[email protected];
Url=https://mail.mydomain.com; Username=my[email protected];
[email protected]; Username=my[email protected];
Url=https://22.214.171.124; Username=myU[email protected];;
[Specifically for Site Mailbox Access]
[email protected]; Password=myPassword;
Link to the Exchange Web Services Interface. Please ask your administrator or
use the autodiscover feature by giving an email adress only:
[email protected]. Please note that SSL / HTTPS required appropiate
certificates on the client system.
Email adress ([email protected]), user name (myUser) possibly
including domain (myDomain\myUser). The service inpersonates to this user to get
access to the requested folders or items. Please make sure that this user has
read access minimum to retrieve data.
Password of the given user. Please note that the configuration file can be
encrypted for security reasons and access to the directory can be limited by
Windows file system access rights.
In case user name and password is used instead of an email address,
Authentication=Windows is required.
You can prefer a defined culture, e.g. en-US. If not given "Invariant" is
used to make a best fit approach.
Possible values are typical Microsoft
culture notations like de-de, de-ch etc.
Optional parameter to perform optimizations for certain target systems. For
example in case of NamingScheme=SharePoint the column names
automatically fit to SharePoint contact, tasks or event lists.
can be used to map the data source fields to the data destination columns by
name. By default no optimization is done (means original field names are used).
You can also provide some optimization in the query statement using aliases (see
Defines which mailbox should be accessed. If not specified, it will use the
mailbox of the user given under the Username parameter. If the Email parameter
is specified, the user given in the Username parameter must have permissions to
impersonate the mailbox account. You may need to set Impersonation=true;
When using the "Email" parameter to access a different mailbox, you can
either use impersonation (Impersonation=true;) or delegation
(Impersonation=false;). This is set to false by default.
Please verify the connection before continue with the data query.
Defines if the provider should traverse through all subfolders to gather the
items (Recursive=True;) or only return items which are direct children of the
specified folder (Recursive=False;). This is set to false by default.