Configuring GSuite as the Authentication Server

Configuring GSuite as the Authentication Server

To configure G Suite as the authentication server,

  • Enter the Project Name.

  • Under Location, click Browse and select the parent organization.

  • Click Create

  • In the left panel of the displayed project details page, click APIs & Services >> Library.

  • From the available list of APIs, select Gmail API and click Enable. You can use the search option for quicker results.

  • In the left panel, click OAuth consent screen and choose the User Type.

  • Click Create.

  • In the displayed page, provide the Application Name, Application Logo, and Support email of your help desk.

  • Click Add Scope and choose Gmail API.

  • Click Add

  • The scope will be displayed as shown in the below screenshot. Copy the scope to SupportCenter Plus.

  • Click Save.

  • In the left panel, click Credentials >> Create Credentials >> OAuth Client ID.

  • Click DOWNLOAD JSON to download the file containing the authorization server details. Copy these details to Client Details in SupportCenter Plus.

  • Provide a Name of your choice.

  • In Authorized Redirect URIs, copy-paste the Redirect URL of SupportCenter plus.

  • Click Save.


You have now configured GSuite as the authorization server for your organization using Gmail as the mail server.

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