After the successful installation, HCP is ready to connect to the booking system through the wizard. Select your booking system from the drop menu and continue with the details below for each booking system.
Select Booking System
Start by selecting Exchange Server from the drop down menu and click "Next".
Select if you want Humly Control Panel to connect to Exchange 2019 via a direct connection or a proxy. If you have a proxy, you need to provide the URL, the port, and the credential if the proxy server requires this, then press "Next".If the connection is direct, press "Next".
Enter the credentials (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) for your service account granted with application impersonation along with your Exchange server EWS URL (e.g. https://exchangeserver.tld/EWS/Exchange.asmx) and a administration email (e.g. email@example.com).
If you are using a local certificate and the connection to the EWS URL is not secure, please check mark allow untrusted Exchange Server TLS certificate, Then click "Next".
Enter the https application port you would like to use (default 3002). Additionally, you can upload your own SSL/TLS certificate and then click "Next". If no certificate is uploaded, a unique auto generated self-signed certificate will be used.
Enter a NTP server (e.g. 0.pool.ntp.org) that Humly Control Panel and the Humly Room Display units will have access to and then click Next.
Agree to the conditions of the EULA and then click "Accept".
The credentials are generated for your Humly Control Panel, please make note of them and click Finish.
Once successfully logged in with the sent credentials to the admin email, Humly Control Panel is connected to Exchange.
Once done with connecting HCP to Exchange Server move on to Step 4: Basic Setup for HCP - Global Settings