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OMS Protocol (MS Outlook and MS SharePoint)

Protocol Description

Microsoft Office Mobile Service (OMS) is a messaging component developed for Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft SharePoint starting with version 2007. Using OMS users can easily integrate the mobile capabilities of Outlook and SharePoint with their mobile devices.

With the mobile messaging features provided by OMS, users can perform tasks such as creating text messages in Outlook, forwarding Outlook items (including email messages, meetings, and contacts) as text messages, receiving alerts from SharePoint to mobile phones, and extending the messaging capabilities in Outlook and SharePoint OMS using the object model.

In addition, with the item redirection features, users can not only create and send text messages in Outlook, but also automatically redirect reminders, emails, and the next day's schedule to the mobile phone with simple conditions. Users can also send email messages, meetings, and meeting invitations to mobile phones..

The OMS protocol settings are built into the Outlook account settings, which provides an effective integration that allows users to manage mobile message accounts in parallel with email accounts. Mobile phone numbers are treated as a kind of address, and users can add recipients to mobile messages using the auto-complete feature or by selecting names directly from the Outlook address book. Users can also save and manage mobile messages in Outlook folders.

The OMS client embedded in Outlook and SharePoint sends text messages to a web service created and hosted by partners that are mobile carriers or mobile messaging service providers. The web service then delivers the message to the mobile carrier's text or mobile message center.

In SharePoint, the user can receive text alerts (in the form of SMS messages) via OMS. The user can receive notifications about the status of SharePoint documents or lists, text messages about any changes, and, if necessary, the URLs of documents or lists..

A detailed description of the OMS protocol can be found at this link.

Configuring MS Outlook

Setting up an MS Outlook Account

Starting with the Microsoft Outlook 2007 version, users of this software product have the opportunity to send SMS messages through various services and mobile operators, including through our service.

Since Microsoft Outlook 2013, the SMS sending service (Outlook Mobile Service) is not supported, this service is available in SharePoint.

To set up an MS Outlook account, you can use the following description (here is an example of a configuration for MS Outlook 2010).

On the File tab, selectAdding an Account.

Adding an Account

In the dialog box that opens, selectExchange text messages (SMS) and tapFurther.

Text message exchange (SMS)

In the dialog boxOutlook Mobile Service Account enter the https://smscentre.com/sys/outlook.php address in the Operator URL field, in the fieldUser-login, and in the fieldPassword - the password received during registration.

Outlook Mobile Service Account

After entering the required data, click OK and then clickDone.

Sending a message to MS Outlook

To send a message on the tabHome in the groupCreate click the buttonNew items and select the item Text message (SMS).

Text message (SMS)

In the windowA text message in the To field... enter a comma-separated or semicolon-separated list of message recipient numbers , or select recipients from the MS Outlook address book by clicking To... orAddress book. Then, in the message input field , enter the desired SMS text. When entering text on the left in the windowPreview displays the message text in the form in which it will be sent to the recipients. After you have finished editing the text to send the message, clickSend.

Sending a message

To send messages from your own number or the letter name of the sender, set the desired option as the sender's name (Sender ID) by default in your personal account under "Settings".

Forwarding MS Outlook items

Using the functions provided by the OMS protocol, users can organize the forwarding of various MS Outlook items, such as daily summaries, mobile reminders and notifications, invitations to meetings or meetings, contact cards and other tasks, in the form of text messages to mobile phones.

To set up sending mobile reminders, notifications, or daily summaries to your phones, follow these steps: Open the File tab and select the itemParameters. In the window that opens, selectMobilephones . Next, select the notification type, configure the required conditions for executing the notification, and save the changes.

Setting up Mobile reminder forwarding

To configure sending invitations to meetings or meetings as text messages, create the appropriate element by clicking in the tabHome buttonNew items and selecting the desired item. Fill in all the required fields. In the fieldFrom select the account that is intended for sending SMS messages through our service. In the To field... list the mobile numbers of the recipients of the message, or select the appropriate contacts from the address book by clicking the To button.... Check that the data and recipient numbers you entered are correct, and then clickSend.

Configuring Invitation forwarding

To forward an MS Outlook contact card via SMS, select the contact card you want to forward in your Outlook personal address book. Then in the tabContact click the buttonForward and selectForward as a text message. In the window that opens, send a message in the To field... enter the recipient numbers of the message or select the appropriate contacts from the address book.

Sending an Outlook Contact Card

Configuring MS SharePoint

Installing certificates in MS SharePoint

Before setting up an MS SharePoint account, you need to install the certificates (root, intermediate and non-root) to the trusted root certificate authorities of the local computer and to the partitionManaging Trust Relationships in MS SharePoint.

Adding Certificates to Trusted Root Certificate Authorities

Each certificate must be imported to the trusted root certificate authorities of the local computer on each of the farm servers. To do this, follow these steps::
  1. In the menuStart click the buttonRun and enter mmc.
  2. In the menuConsole select the itemAdd or remove a snap-in.

    Add or remove a snap-in

  3. In the windowTo add or remove a snap-in, selectCertificates and clickAdd.

    Adding and removing a snap-in

  4. In the windowIn the Certificate Manager snap-in, select Computer accounts and clickFurther.
  5. Select Local computer and clickDone.
  6. Back in the windowTo add or remove a snap-in, click OK.
  7. In the console window, expand the nodeCertificates (local computer).

    Certificates (local Computer)

  8. Right-click the nodeTrusted root Certificate authorities, and then select the following items:All tasks andImport.

    Trusted Root Certificate Authorities

  9. Select the certificate and clickFurther.
  10. In subsequent windows, do not change the default settings, and then clickDone. You should see a message stating that the import was successful.

    Certificate Import Wizard

Repeat steps 8–10 for each of the certificates.

Adding Certificates to MS SharePoint

After the certificates are installed on the local computer, you need to add them to the sectionManage trust relationships in SharePoint. You only need to do this on a single server, because the trust relationship operates across the entire farm. To add certificates to the sectionManaging a trust relationship you need to do the following steps:
  1. Open the SharePoint Admin Center, go to the tabSecurity and click the linkManaging trust relationships.

    Managing trust relationships

  2. On the tapeTrust relationships select the commandCreate. A window opensEstablish a trust relationship.
  3. In the sectionGeneral parameters specify a name for the certificate.
  4. In the sectionThe root certificate for this trust relationship clickBrowse and select a certificate.

    Establish a trust relationship

  5. Click OK.
Repeat steps 1–5 for each of the certificates.

On the SharePoint front-end web server, run the IISReset command. To do this:
  1. In the menuStart selectRun and type cmd.
  2. Enter the IISReset command and press Enter.

Setting up an MS SharePoint Account

To set up an MS SharePoint account, you can use the following description (here is an example of a configuration for MS SharePoint 2010).
  1. Open the SharePoint Admin Center, go to the tabSystem settings and click the linkSetting up a Mobile Account.

    Setting up a Mobile Account

  2. In the dialog boxText Message Service (SMS) Settings enter the https://smscentre.com/sys/outlook.php address in the Text Message Service (SMS) URL field, in theUser name - login, and in the fieldPassword - the password received during registration.

    Text Message Service Settings (SMS)

After completing the steps, to check the connection correctness, clickTesting service. If the connection check is successful, the following message will appear under this buttonA valid account. After that, you need to confirm the settings by clicking OK.



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