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Azure AD integration with Filemail
Azure AD integration with Filemail

See how easy it is to use Single Sign-on (SSO) with Azure AD and Filemail.

Updated over a week ago

SSO with Azure AD is available to all our Enterprise level customers. Here is a guide on how to set up the integration in a few steps.

Step 1: Azure Portal

Log in to and go to the Azure Active Directory of the Organization you want to enable Filemail integration. Open the "Enterprise Applications" page

Click on the "New Application" button and put "Filemail" in the search box. Select Filemail in the search result and click "Create. This will add Filemail application to your Active Directory.

Step 2: Filemail Settings

Make sure you are logged into Filemail as a company administrator and that you have a Filemail Enterprise subscription. Go to "Settings" and open the "Single Sign-On" tab.

Check the "Use Microsoft Active Directory" check box and put your Azure AD Tenant ID into "Tenant ID" input. You can find your Tenant ID in Azure Portal in the "Overview" tab of "Azure Active Directory"

If you want to limit the access to Filemail to only a specific Azure AD Group, check the "Allow only users from specific group" checkbox and put that Group ID into "Group ID" input. You can add multiple groups to this box.

Click Save button.

Step 3: Test the integration

Now it is time to log out and back in again, but this time using the button "Login with Azure Active Directory" in the login box.

All users in your organization (or specific AD Group) can now use this button to log into Filemail. Users that already have a normal username and password login for Filemail will automatically be converted to Azure AD users if they login via this "Login with Azure Active Directory" button the first time they do it.

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