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Identity Manager 8.0 - Administration Guide for Connecting to Exchange Online

Managing Exchange Online Environments Setting up Exchange Online Synchronization Base Data for Managing Exchange Online Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Exchange Online Appendix: Default Project Template for Exchange Online Appendix: Editing System Objects

Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Exchange Online

Appendix: Configuration Parameters for Managing Exchange Online

The following configuration parameters are additionally available in One Identity Manager after the module has been installed.

Table 15: Configuration Parameter for Managing a Exchange Online Environment
Configuration parameter Meaning
TargetSystem\AzureAD\ExchangeOnline

Preprocessor relevant configuration parameter for controlling the database model components for the administration of the target system Exchange Online. If the parameter is set, the target system components are available. Changes to the parameter require recompiling the database.

TargetSystem\AzureAD\ExchangeOnline\Accounts

This configuration parameter permits configuration of recipient data.

TargetSystem\AzureAD\ExchangeOnline\Accounts\
MailTemplateDefaultValues

This configuration parameter contains the mail template used to send notifications if default IT operating data mapping values are used for automatically creating a user account. Use the mail template "Employee - new user account with default properties created".

TargetSystem\AzureAD\ExchangeOnline\DefaultAddress

The configuration parameter contains the recipient's default email address for sending notifications about actions in the target system.

Appendix: Default Project Template for Exchange Online

Appendix: Default Project Template for Exchange Online

A default project template ensures that all required information is added in the One Identity Manager. This includes mappings, workflows and the synchronization base object. If you do not use a default project template you must declare the synchronization base object in One Identity Manager yourself.

Use a default project template for initially setting up the synchronization project. For custom implementations, you can extend the synchronization project with the .Synchronization EditorClosed

The template uses mappings for the following schema types.

Table 16: MappingClosed Exchange Online schema types to tables in the One Identity Manager schema.
Schema typeClosed in Exchange Online Table in the One Identity Manager schema
DistributionGroup O3EDL
DynamicDistributionGroup O3EDynDL
Mailbox O3EMailbox
MailContact O3EMailContact
MailPublicFolder O3EMailPublicFolder
MailUser O3EMailUser
MobileDeviceMailboxPolicy O3EMobileDeviceMBPolicy
OWAMailboxPolicy O3EOwaMailboxPolicy
PublicFolder O3EPublicFolder
RetentionPolicy O3ERetentionPolicy
RoleAssignmentPolicy O3ERoleAssignmentPolicy
SharingPolicy O3ESharingPolicy
UnifiedGroup O3EUnifiedGroup

Appendix: Editing System Objects

The following table describes permitted editing methods for Exchange Online schema types.

Adding and deleting user mailboxes can only be done in One Identity Manager through assignment subscriptions in Azure Active Directory. This creates a mailbox that does not appear in the database until it has been synchronized. Afterward, it can be provisioned automatically in Exchange Online.

Table 17: Methods available for editing schema types
Type Read Insert Delete Refresh
Role assignments policy Yes No No No
Mobile device mailbox policy Yes No No No

Sharing policy

Yes No No No
Retention policy Yes No No No
Outlook Web App mailbox policy Yes No No No
Public Folder Yes No No No
Mail-enabled public folder Yes No No No
Resource mailbox Yes Yes Yes Yes
Shared mailbox Yes Yes Yes Yes
User mailbox Yes No No No
E-mail contact Yes Yes Yes Yes
E-mail user Yes Yes Yes Yes
Distribution group Yes Yes Yes Yes
Dynamic distribution group Yes No Yes Yes
Office 365 group Yes Yes Yes Yes
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