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These connections can be used to integrate data from your email servers with a few easy steps.

Authentication Connection

Used to authenticate repository/output connections that need certain authentication fields like access tokens or refresh tokens. More info

Authentication Fields

  • Connection Name: Unique Name for the Auth Connection to identify it in the UI.
  • Username: The username to authenticate with the repository if applicable.
  • Password: The password to authenticate with the repository if applicable.
  • Server URL: URL of the email service location.
  • Server port: The port number that your email server is listening on.
  • Protocol: The email protocol type being used (IMAP, IMAPS, POP3, GIMAP, PST)

Discovery Connector

Schema Instance Fields

  • Name
  • Authentication Connection
  • Ignore Types

Integration Connection

Also known as input and output connections. Their job is to query or crawl remote systems for files, folders, metadata, versions, and renditions. More info

Integration Connection Configuration Fields

  • Connection Name: This is a unique name given to the connector instance upon creation.
  • Description: A description of the connector to help identify it better.
  • Authentication Connection: Your email auth connection

Job Configurations

Email Repository Job Specification Fields

  • Max Emails Returned
  • Email Folder
  • Search Terms

Content Service Connections

Content Service Connection Fields

  • Create File
  • Update File
  • Update Properties
  • Get File Content
  • Get Object Properties
  • Get Edit Properties
  • Get Content
  • Get Root Folder ID
  • List Folder Items
  • Delete Object by ID

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