You can locate the Email Integration feature on the Profile Settings --> Email Settings page, or simply click here.
*Please note, you can only integrate ONE email account at a time.
The Connect (Office 365) link is for Office 365 and cloud-based Exchange servers.
After you click on the link to connect (Office 365), select one or sign in to your account in the pop-up window.
You will then be leading to an authentication page. Please read through the required permissions and click Yes to grant the permissions to Hiretual.
Once finished, you will be able to see an Active sign on the side of your email address.
If you see a "Need admin approval" window appear during the process, it indicates that the integration of third-party applications is disabled by your Office server.
You may ask the Admin user to allow individual users to decide third-party apps access.
If you are holding an Admin account of Office 365/Exchange Server, you can go to the Microsoft 365 admin center --> Settings -->Service & add-ins --> Integrate apps page and enables to option of "Let[ting] people in your organization decide whether third-party apps can access their Office 365 information" to solve the issue.
Outlook Integration (Exchange/Gov Cloud)
To Integrate other legacy Exchange Servers, click on the Connect (Exchange/Gov Cloud) link.
You will be asked to input your email address and sign in to your account.
Depending on your email address, the Advanced Settings may pop up automatically. If you see this text bar, you will need to provide the Exchange username and Exchange Server name here.
The Exchange username is the username you use when logging into your Windows account. It may look like an email address, for instance, email@example.com, or be in a DOMAIN\username format, e.g., EXAMPLEDOM\jason.
The Exchange server is the URL that identifies your server. Suppose you have access to the Outlook Web App for email, the root domain you see in the URL bar is usually the Exchange Server name, such as "outlook.office365.com". If you encounter difficulties, please contact your IT admin and ask for the Exchange Server name of your organization.
Once you have all of the required information, click on the Sign In button to start the integration process. Once completed, the Outlook integration will show a green Active status on the side.
Q: Can I integrate an on-premise Exchange Server?
A: Yes. First, the IT admin needs to confirm that Exchange Server is not behind any sort of VPN or firewall that would prevent outside access. Second, ActiveSync must be enabled for the Exchange Server. For any support for on-premise Exchange Server integration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.