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Is it possible to connect to O365 tenant with admin accounts? Just with readonly access?


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Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. To register an Office 365 tenant in Adaxes, the account whose credentials will be used must be assigned to the Global Administrator or both the User Management Administrator and Exchange Administrator roles in Office 365. For details, see https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_Active ... htm#tenant.

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