Configure the Microsoft Exchange Connector


  1. Click the Connector Details tab.
  2. Under Credentials, click Configure to add Exchange Server user credentials for connector authentication.
    Note:  Server credentials are only necessary if you do not use NTLM authentication.
  3. Click the Configuration tab.
  4. In Properties, enter the following data.

    In this field… Do this…
    Create Lists
    • Set to Yes or True to allow the connector to create distribution groups in Exchange. This is the default setting.
    • Set to No or False to not allow the connector to create distribution groups in Exchange. This means that you must create the group in Exchange manually and then enter the group email address into the Group Email Address field in PureCloud.
    Data Sync Interval (minutes) Enter the time in minutes between synchronizations. This field is optional.
    Delete Lists
    • Set to Yes or True to delete a distribution group in Exchange if the group is deleted in PureCloud. This is the default.
    • Set to No or False to not delete distribution groups in Exchange when groups are deleted in PureCloud. 
    Office 365
    • Set to Yes or True if the connector will synchronize with an Office 365 Exchange Server. This setting requires a user name and password in the Credentials section but does not require a server name.
    • Set to No or False if the connector will synchronize with an on-premises Exchange Server. This setting requires a server name but does not require login credentials.
    SMTP Host Enter the SMTP host name for group email addresses. This field is optional.
    Server Enter the UNC name of the Exchange Server if the previous field is set to No or False. If the connector will synchronize with an Office 365 Exchange Server, leave this field blank.
    Log File Name Enter the name for the log files.
    Log File Size Enter the log file size in megabytes. The default is 200 MB.
    Log Backups Enter the number of logs to keep. 
    Log Level

    Select the level of detail to include in the logs:

    • DEBUG — Fine-grained informational events most useful for debugging.
    • TRACE — Finer-grained informational events than DEBUG.
    • INFO — Information messages that highlight the progress at the coarse-grained level.
    • WARN — Messages about potentially harmful situations.
    • ERROR — Error event that might still allow the application to continue running.
    • FATAL — Severe error events that will lead the application to abort. 
  5. Click Save Draft to continue editing this configuration later, or click Save and Publish to send the configuration to the Bridge Connector.