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Configuring the Office 365 office suite

Modified on Mon, 30 Jan 2023 at 08:29 AM

The office suite integration installs a CafeX enterprise applications into your Office 365 account. Your Office 365 users can access CafeX using Office 365.

When installation is complete, CafeX can perform the following:

  • Update Outlook calendar events with connection details for meetings you schedule.
  • Access teams and groups in your organization to associate them with your organization’s CafeX account.

CafeX only makes use of a single client ID and secret to access your Microsoft Office365.

As a tenant’s administrator, to install CafeX into your Office 365 account:

  1. Open your Profile menu> Tenant Settings > Office Suite
  2. In the Type drop down, choose Microsoft
  3. Click Install for Office 365
    • You see the following message if the the suite configuration is already complete:
      Microsoft Tenant Installed
  4. Follow the instructions on screen.
    CafeX requests application consent, for example:


  5. After integration Office suite, shows: Microsoft tenant installed.

To verify the application privileges, see the Microsoft Azure documentation: Configure the way end-users consent to an application in Azure Active Directory.

To enable the CafeX application for your users in Azure,

  1. In Azure, visit CafeX under enterprise application
  2. Click Properties.
  3. Set enabled for users to sign-in? to Yes
  4. Set Visible to users? to Yes
  5. Click Save

If you do not want all users to see CafeX, specify individual users or groups.

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