Clicking on the “+” sign next to the Agendex Accounts listbox opens the Add Account dialog.

The ID field is how the account will be named in the Agendex client.

The Email is the email address (not alias!) of the Exchange / Microsoft 365 mailbox. In order to be operational, an account must be Enabled. You can temporarily disable accounts you want to hide.

  • There must be at least one default account that is enabled. The default account is used to resolve usernames and addresses, read Room Lists, Resources, etc.
  • Public accounts are Shared Calendars, which are visible to every Agendex user, no matter if they are authenticated or not.
  • Anonymous account is a separate Agendex account, which acts as a sender on behalf of non-authenticated Public users. When booking a meeting from My Availability this account will appear as sender to the recipient.
  • Hide own calendar will make the Agendex Account’s own calendar invisible and only user-shared calendars will be visible under that account. Note that External users won’t be able to send events to this account.
  • Hide for external users – this will make the entire account and all shared folders invisible to users who have no Exchange accounts (logged in via ClaudAuth or LDAP – see Authentication below).

In the picture above, Agendex is an anonymous account, Events is the default, public account, Community is a public account, while Operations is a private account.

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Updated on May 25, 2021
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