Use this dialog box to configure Microsoft Exchange web server settings.
|Web Service URL||Options of this group allow setting web service parameters.|
|Autodiscovery based on email address||
Select this option to get the Exchange service URL automatically using a specified
When you select this option, you should enter the email address into the Service text field.
Tip: To test this functionality, specify user credentials and then click the Test autodiscovery button.
Select this option to enter the Exchange service URL by hand.
When you select this option, you should enter the URL of Exchange web service into the Service text field.
Tip: To test this functionality, specify user credentials and then click the Test connection button.
Use this text box to enter data according to an option which you select to get the
Exchange service URL.
If you select Autodiscovery based on email address option, then you should enter the email address into this text field. If you select URL option, you should enter the URL of Exchange service into this text field.
Define the timeout for attempts to connect to the server in seconds.
The default timeout is 100 seconds.
|User name||Enter the user name used in conjunction with the password field when authenticating with the exchange server. The user should have sufficient rights to access to the configured mailbox.|
Select this check box to encrypt the password.
When this check box is selected, the value specified in Password is encrypted in the configuration and is displayed in the field in the standard protected form (with asterisks symbols '*'). Otherwise, this value is neither encrypted, nor protected with asterisks.
Note: Users should use password encryption only with static passwords. If you are using RRTs to define dynamic passwords, then the literal RRT string is encrypted.
Enter the password used in conjunction with the user name field when authenticating
with the exchange server.
You may define a password using RRTs. In this case, make sure that the Encrypt password check box is cleared, because otherwise the RRT value will be encrypted in the configuration and will be treated as a plain password.
This field supports and returns values for encrypted by restricted RRTs. For more information, see Encrypted Field RRTs.
Note: If you define a password via RRTs, you should not select the Encrypt password check box; otherwise, the password won't be read correctly and the documents will be rejected.
|Domain||Enter the domain that the user name belongs to.|
Select the type of impersonation. There are three available types:
If you don't want to use impersonation, select None from the drop-down list; in this case, the Impersonate as text field will be disabled.
Enter the value for impersonation. Depending on the selected impersonation type,
you can enter either the sender name, or email or account SID.
Note: Before using impersonation with this server, please read the Configuring Exchange Impersonation on the Microsoft Exchange section of the MSDN Library.
|Save copies of messages in Sent Item folder||Select this check box to keep a copy of a sent email message in the configured mailbox.|
|Ignore certificate errors||Check this box to ignore certificate errors, when the component attempts to send messages.|
|Test connection||Click this button to test the connection to the server.|
|Test autodiscovery||Click this button to test if the service URL is found automatically or not.|