Xink is ready for a company-wide OWA email signature management with Exchange Server on premises.
This is a part 3 of the article series about Installing Xink Exchange Connector. This guide assumed that you already installed Xink Exchange Connector and its already functional. See the previous article about how to install the Exchange Connector.
Setup OWA Signatures within Exchange Connector
Xink Exchange Connector is used for setting the signatures in OWA of your on-premise Exchange server.
You need to know if your Exchange Server is using Forms Based Authentication or Windows Authentication and if it is using SSL. You also need to put in the internal URL of OWA.
Only check “Remove images in your Outlook Web signature” checkbox if you are having problems with images not showing in your OWA signatures. This happens on some Exchange servers due to a Microsoft bug.
Enter the 'exchange admin account' or domain user that has at least 'impersonation rights' on all mailboxes on your Exchange Server.
This will be used to set the OWA signature for each mailbox.
Click “Save Credentials” to save your settings.
Test the Exchange Connector
Run this command in a CMD prompt to test if it's working correctly. C:\Program Files (x86)\Xink Connector\XinkExchangeConnector.exe
By default, Xink Exchange Connector is installed in this folder C:\Program Files (x86)\Xink Connector\ where you can find the executable file.
Check the output for any errors.
Now sign into your Outlook Web App and check that the signature has been deployed correctly.
When everything checks out OK, you should set up a scheduled task that runs 'XinkExchangeConnector.exe' on a regular basis, for example, every day at midnight.