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Exchange Web Services and Office 365 (mail)

Exchange Web Services (EWS) provides the functionality to enable client applications to communicate with the Exchange server. EWS provides access to much of the same data that is made available through Microsoft OfficeOutlook.

What does this pack do?

  • Monitor a specific email account and create incidents from incoming emails to the defined folder.
  • Search for an email message across mailboxes and folders.
  • Get email attachment information.
  • Delete email items from a mailbox.

Integrations

The EWS O365 integration enables you to:

  • Retrieve information on emails and activities in a target mailbox.
  • Perform operations on the target mailbox such as deleting emails and attachments or moving emails from folder to folder.

The EWS v2 integration enables you to:

  • Run compliance search commands as part of Office 365 to search for an email message across mailboxes and folders.
  • Retrieve information on emails and activities in a target mailbox.
  • Perform operations on the target mailbox such as deleting emails and attachments or moving emails from folder to folder.

The O365 - EWS - Extension integration enables you to manage and interact with Microsoft O365 - Exchange Online from within XSOAR

  • Get junk rules for a specified mailbox.
  • Set junk rules for a specified mailbox.
  • Set junk rules for all managed accounts.
  • Search message data.
    The EWS Extension Online Powershell v2 integration enables you to retrieve information about mailboxes and users in your organization.
  • Display client access settings that are configured on mailboxes.
  • Display mailbox objects and attributes, populate property pages, or supply mailbox information to other tasks.
  • Retrieve permissions on a mailbox.
  • Display information about SendAs permissions that are configured for users.
  • Display existing recipient objects in your organization such as mailboxes, mail users, mail contacts, and distribution groups.

EWS Permissions

To perform actions on mailboxes of other users, and to execute searches on the Exchange server, you need specific permissions.

Permission Use Case
Delegate One-to-one relationship between users.
Impersonation A single account needs to access multiple mailboxes.
eDiscovery Search the Exchange server.
Compliance Search Perform searches across mailboxes and get an estimate of the results.

PUBLISHER

Cortex XSOAR

INFO

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Supported ByCortex XSOAR
CreatedJuly 26, 2020
Last ReleaseApril 25, 2021
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