Document sharing between [email protected] and [email protected]

Document sharing is available between [email protected] (verion 2.7.0 and iOS 11.0 and higher) and [email protected] This means that you can access documents from [email protected] and use [email protected] to upload the documents to any web page.

To configure this feature you need to enable the following key-value pairs.

Add this key-value pair to both [email protected] and [email protected] configuration, to allow access to only [email protected]

To enable this, set MI_AC_DOCUMENT_EXTENSION_DLP = "ALL" in the [email protected] configuration.

  • MI_SHARED_GROUP_ID: Controls file sharing between a subset of AppConnect apps. The value for this KVP has to be same when used across AppConnect apps. This is an optional KVP.

Configuring document sharing from [email protected] to [email protected]

To share documents from [email protected] to [email protected] for uploading:

  1. Set MI_ENABLE_DOC_SHARING = YES in [email protected] configuration.
  2. Set MI_AC_ACCESS_CONTROL_ID = <string> KVP on both [email protected] and [email protected] configuration to access the documents. The value should be set to the same string for both [email protected] and [email protected] configurations.
  3. Set MI_AC_DOCUMENT_EXTENSION_DLP = "ALL" in [email protected] configuration.

[email protected] 2.5.0 supports document sharing only from [email protected] to [email protected] in an unencrypted format.

When the MI_AC_DOCUMENT_EXTENSION_DLP = "All" key-value pair is set in [email protected] configuration, then the documents are shared in plain text to all apps passing the access control including Email+ and any other AppConnect apps.

MI_AC_DOCUMENT_EXTENSION_DLP key-value pair is not mandatory when [email protected] and Email+ are configured for document sharing and if the key-value value is missing, documents shared from [email protected] are AppConnect encrypted and [email protected] does not support AppConnect encrypted documents for uploading.