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Will there be any issues with having a single SmartConnector reference two separate EWSClient endpoints?

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Will there be any issues with having a single SmartConnector reference two separate EWSClient endpoints?

Will there be any issues with having a single SmartConnector reference two separate EWSClient endpoints?  For example, if we wanted a single SmartConnector to push/pull from two separate Enterprise Servers (where the data is then pushed/pulled to the same source such as a 3rd party system),.

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Re: Will there be any issues with having a single SmartConnector reference two separate EWSClient endpoints?

Nope, this should be no problem.

 

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