To fully ensure that the AskCody services is running and can be accessed, here is the relevant information for domain whitelisting if this is a required security measure.
This article will always reflect the current domains, regional domains and subdomains needed for whitelisting.
March 26th, 2021
From July 1st, 2021, AskCody will no longer support IP Whitelisting for AskCody Services. AskCody runs on Azure Cloud infrastructure and to deliver the best possible service and fully utilize the benefits of Azure.
Domain Whitelisting is already widely used and secure in combination with a trusted TLS 1.2 Certificate or newer, issued by a trusted provider (Azure). AskCody supports only TLS 1.2+ for encryption of data in transit.
Important information for Exchange Server Integration
It is important to note that if using on-prem Exchange Server, it is still possible to use IP Whitelistning for traffic coming from AskCody that needs to access the server (i.e Exchange integration, AskCody Calendar notification services).
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Whitelisting AskCody region domains and subdomains (if required)