Exchange server 2010 / 2013 / 2016

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User system  in Active Directory

Create a new user in the Active Directory of your domain controller. This is later assigned to the c2d5 service in the sys collection server.

 

 


Exchange 2010 configuration

The newly created user must be assigned to a group in the Exchange Management Shell Then he still receives the necessary rights.


shell commands

The following commands must be entered in the shell. The member group, the Cn path, and the user must be adapted to your IT environment.

New-ManagementScope -Name:”c2d5Exchange” -RecipientRestrictionFilter {memberofgroup -eq “CN=Systel-Users,OU=Distribution Groups,OU=MyBusiness,DC=Systel,DC=int”}

New-ManagementRoleAssignment -Name:”c2d5Exchange” -Role:ApplicationImpersonation -User:”c2d5exch@systel.int” -CustomRecipientWriteScope


Group membership in the Active Directory

The calendar entries of the users who are in this member group(here in the example the group “systel-users”) are displayed via the c2d5 client.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION !

The users must be direct members of the group. Nesting or subgroups do not work. Only those users who have entered a mail address in the Open Touch are synchronized and displayed by the Exchange.