The Xink Exchange Connector is a connectivity tool that retrieves users and their email signatures from Xink, and adds them into a local SQL database in your domain. The purpose is to use these email signatures in your Exchange Server so that any users sending emails from mobile devices have the correctly branded email signature added to their message. It also allows OWA users to see the signature as they compose an email.
Yes you can. The Exchange Connector allows you to use Xink signatures on your local Exchange server. You don’t need to use Office 365 or G Suite to be able to use Xink.
Yes it does. It allows you to ensure correctly branded email signatures when sending emails from any mobile device through your Exchange Server.
You set up Exchange Connector as a Windows scheduled task. You can update the signatures as often as you wish (fair use policy applies). Most customers run the updates on a daily schedule.
Yes. You need an SQL Server to store the signatures. You will get a ‘Create’ script to create the database.
No. We do not support Access databases. You need to have a working SQL Server for the Exchange Connector to work.
Yes! You can learn more about Exchange Connector on our Infographics page.
You will need to create an API user in Xink with the correct credentials. You can learn more about this process in our support article.
Yes, you need to install the gateway solution. This connects to the settings database which contains the signatures (sync’ed from Xink). The gateway solution is completely safe to install, and has been maintained and developed since 2009.
Exchange Server 2016, 2013 and 2010. Older Exchange Servers are not supported.
For local domain communication to SQL Server port 1433 is used per default. Port 443 (SSL) is used to communicate with Xink API.