Exchange Server tab

This section gives full information about the activities on the Exchange Server tab.

Good to Know

  • Documentation for Integrations with Third-Party, External, or Open Source Technologies

    The highest priority for AgilePoint NX Product Documentation is accuracy. Whenever feasible, AgilePoint provides input details, business rules, or example values for third-party integrations. These can include any technology that is not native to AgilePoint NX, such as Salesforce, Active Directory, or REST. However this information is subject to change without notice to AgilePoint. Because we can not guarantee the accuracy of this information, the details provided for third-party product input values, as well as examples for third-party product integrations, are limited in the AgilePoint documentation. It is the responsibility of third-party vendors to provide documentation related to these aspects of their software and services.

    For examples of use case implementations or configuration field input values for third-party products, AgilePoint recommends these resources:

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    • Third-Party Vendor Documentation - Whenever feasible, AgilePoint provides links to third-party vendor documentation.

      This does not include technology standards or protocols, such as JavaScript, REST, or FTP. Resources for these technical standards are publicly available on the Internet.

Activities in Process Builder

You can use out-of-the-box activities for Exchange Server to execute actions in process-based apps.

An activity is a functional unit, or task, in a process-based app. Activities that integrate with a third-party system provide access to the API functionality for that system in a simple, point-and-click, form-entry format. This means that you can easily leverage APIs without writing code.


Exchange Server Activities

The following activities are available for Exchange Server:

  • Add Attendee
  • Add Delegate
  • Cancel Meeting
  • Create Appointment
  • Create Distribution List
  • Create Journal Entry
  • Create Meeting
  • Create Note
  • Create Post
  • Create Contact
  • Create Task
  • Find Contact
  • Find Journal Entry
  • Find Message By Subject
  • Find Note
  • Find Post
  • Find Task
  • Remove Delegate
  • Reply To All
  • Reply To Message
  • Set Out Of Office
  • Update Appointment
  • Update Contact
  • Update Delegate
  • Update Meeting

For more information, refer to the process activities for Exchange Server in Process Builder.