Microsoft Outlook, Teams, OneDrive, Excel, etc.
Microsoft provides a standardized way to access their APIs through Microsoft Azure. This can be done using OAuth. Once configured, you can use your credentials to authenticate the following nodes:

Microsoft compatible nodes

Microsoft Dynamics CRM
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Graph Security
Microsoft OneDrive
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft To Do

Account integration using OAuth

To begin, you will need:
STEP 2: Click on the [Register an application] button.
STEP 3: Enter a name for your app in the Name field.
STEP 4: Select Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (eg. Skype, Xbox) under the Supported account types section.
STEP 5: In iMBrace, copy the OAuth Callback URL provided in the Microsoft node credentials.
STEP 6: Paste it in the Redirect URI (optional) field on the Register an application page.
STEP 7: Click on the [Register] button.
STEP 8: Copy the Application (client) ID.
STEP 9: In iMBrace, enter the name for your credentials in the Credentials Name field in the Microsoft node credentials (In this case, Microsoft Outlook).
STEP 10: In iMBrace, paste the Application ID in the Client ID field in the Microsoft node credentials.
STEP 11: On your Microsoft application page, click on [Certificates & secrets] in the left sidebar.
STEP 12: Click on the [+ New client secret] button under the Client secrets section.
STEP 13: Enter a description in the Description field.
STEP 14: Click on the [Add] button.
STEP 15: Copy the displayed secret under the Value column.
STEP 16: In iMBrace, paste the secret in the Client Secret field in the Microsoft node credentials.
STEP 17: Click on the [Connect] button in the OAuth section to connect a Microsoft account to iMBrace.
STEP 18: Login to your Microsoft account and allow the app to access your info.
STEP 19: In iMBrace, click on the [Save] button in the Microsoft node credentials to save your credentials.
DONE: The credential can then be used for Microsoft nodes.
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