02/01/2023 02:51 PM
We are getting the below error trying to send a test email with the OAuth email configuration. The Saviynt logs show a status codes of 200 and 404. Logs are attached. I am assuming this means we've not configured the Azure side correctly however, I don't completely understand how the UserID below is utilized.
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02/01/2023 02:53 PM
02/01/2023 07:48 PM
02/03/2023 06:31 AM
@StaceyG - Make sure the user id field captures the UPN of the user & email address field captures the associated email address of the user. Based on your domain AD username generation / email generation rules, UPN and email address can have different values. Please validate it once. If your domain uses same naming convention for UPN and email address, then user id and email address can be same.
Secondly, check the application set up in your Azure and capture the client id, tenant id from the app overview page
Create a client secret for your application & input in the client secret field. Steps below
Once you've saved the client secret, the value of the client secret is displayed. Copy this value because you won't be able to retrieve the key later. You'll provide the key value with the application ID to sign in as the application. Store the key value where your application can retrieve it.
Next, you need to make sure appropriate API permissions are assigned. Steps below
Post all this steps are done, input appropriate values in the send email OAuth settings page & try to save and test connection.