Microsoft 365 Integration
The PortSIP PBX integrates with Microsoft 365 to provide the following features:
- Synchronous user accounts from Microsoft 365 or Azure Active Directory (Local Active Directory synced to the cloud using Azure Connect).
- Allow users to use their Microsoft Account to log in to the PortSIP WebRTC Client.
- Microsoft365 Users' personal contacts are synchronized with the PortSIP PBX user's personal contacts.
- Shared mailbox contacts are synchronized with the PortSIP PBX Company contacts.
- You need PortSIP PBX running on a static public IP address.
- A web domain (which is FQDN) in PortSIP PBX with a valid SSL certificate. The certificate should be issued by a trusted certificate provider such as Digicert, Thawte, or Godaddy. You can read this article to configure the SSL certificate.
- Requires PortSIP PBX system administrator(PBX owner) to have the AZURE or Microsoft account.
- Requires the PBX tenants to have Microsoft 365 Accounts with an Exchange subscription plan:
- Microsoft 365 Business Basic, Standard, or Premium
- Microsoft 365 F3, E3 or E5
You need to configure your AZURE or Microsoft 365 account to allow synchronization with PortSIP PBX.
- 1.Sign in to the PortSIP PBX web portal as the System Administrator.
- 2.Select the menu Advanced > Microsoft 365 Integration, follow up the guide register the PortSIP PBX as an application to Microsoft 365.
- 3.Copy the Redirect URI and save it to the Microsoft 365
- 4.Copy the Application (client) ID from Microsoft 365 and paste it to the PBX.
- 5.Enable ID Tokens as the guide in Microsoft 365.
- 6.Schedule a time for the PBX system to synchronize with Microsoft 365 users. By default, this is set to occur at midnight (00:00). Suggest not to change the default settings.
In step 5 above when you enable the ID tokens, please choose the Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant), see the following screenshot.
Now generate the certificate public key for Microsoft 365 (go to PortSIP PBX Web portal menu Advanced > Microsoft 365 Integration).
- 1.Click the button Generate New Key Pair, and download the public_key.pem file.
- 2.Go to Microsoft 365, and upload the public_key.pem file to Microsoft 365 by clicking the Upload certificates.
Select the menu API permissions, click Add a permission, and then select the Microsoft Graph.
In the Microsoft Graph page as shown below, click on Application permissions. Then, type each of the permissions listed below into the Select permissions field. After selecting them, click on the Add permissions button.
Once all required permissions have been successfully granted, it will appear as shown in the screenshot below.
- 1.Choose a tenant and click the Manage button or sign in to the PortSIP PBX web portal as the tenant administrator to configure the Microsoft 365 integrations for a tenant.
- 2.Select the menu Advanced > Microsoft 365 Integration.
- 1.On the section Permissions, click the button Sign in to Microsoft 365.
- 2.The browser will pop up a window to ask to grant the permissions, click the Accept button.
The browser will navigate back to the PortSIP PBX portal automatically, please select the menu Advanced > Microsoft 365 Integration to continue configuring the integration settings.
Now you need to synchronize the users from Microsoft 365 to PortSIP PBX:
- 1.Set the extension number range to be assigned to Microsoft users. You can configure a starting extension, otherwise, it will use the first available extension.
- 2.The synchronization is one-way (Microsoft 365 to PortSIP PBX) and happens every middle night(time 00:00) or the custom time that you scheduled. If you have not deleted the user in Microsoft 365 it will reappear in PortSIP PBX the next day.
- 3.You can sync Microsoft 365 user photos to PortSIP PBX to show the photo as a profile picture in the apps and in the WebRTC client.
Once Microsoft 365 is successfully integrated, a Microsoft icon will appear on both the PBX Web portal and WebRTC Client login pages. This indicates that Single Sign-On (SSO) is enabled. Users can then click on this icon to log in to the PortSIP web portal and WebRTC client using their Microsoft credentials.
You can have personal 365 contacts synced to the PortSIP PBX user's personal contacts. This is a one-way synchronization: Contacts need to be managed and updated from Microsoft 365. You can do the same for Microsoft 365 shared mailbox contacts and synchronous these to the PortSIP PBX company contacts. All contacts in “Well-Known Folders” (Default) folders will be synced.