What is the Xink Web Console for Office 365?
Web Console is a simple tool to configure Xink ReRouting. Technically it is a proxy between Office 365 PowerShell console and the user. Xink web server creates PowerShell remote session and interacts with Office 365 server, then it shows the results back to the user in a form of console-like output.
The Console requires Office 365 Administrator credentials. It never saves this data, just uses to create remote session between Xink web server and Office 365. If you don't have a Xink account yet, sign up for one here.
How to open the Console
Open 'Preferences' dialog, select 'Integration' tab. Click 'Office 365' and you will find the 'Open Console' button. When clicked, the console appears as a popup window:
This command requests Office 365 accepted domain list, compares it to Xink domain map and cache, then looks up for inbound connector, outbound connector and the transport rule. Only objects created by rerouting configuration script or by the console itself would be recognized.
Here is sample output:
This command requests Office 365 accepted domain list, saves the list to Xink domain map and cache. Then it creates inbound connector, outbound connector and transport rule to catch outgoing messages.
This command removes previously created inbound/outbound connectors and transport rule from Office 365.