Configure SSL certificate verification

In versions of Microsoft Exchange Server prior to Exchange Server 2007, a server could be deployed into an organisation and, by default, would not require HTTPS (SSL) for any of its client-server or server-server communications. Network communications would be secured by installing an SSL certificate for the IIS instance on the Exchange Server and use SSL for user access to services such as Outlook Web Access.

However, this was not mandatory and it isn’t unusual to encounter legacy Exchange environments that allow external access over insecure HTTP connections. This option should only be enabled if the Exchange server has the correct SSL certificates, if not this should remain disabled otherwise JRNI will not be able to connect to Exchange.

Log in to Studio. Depending on the hierarchy you should either select Administer Parent or log in to the preferred company, and go to Settings > Integrations on the left side panel. Select Exchange on the left side panel. Click on Add Integration on the right hand side.

Input the Username, Endpoint and Password of the target Exchange server. If the server version is 2013 and up, enter the Autodiscover endpoint. Select the Server Version. Select the Access Type. Select Verify SSL Certificate (this should normally be set to None).

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