Integrate Workspace ONE Boxer with other components in your Workspace ONE UEM deployment for more control of your enterprise email system.
Email Notification Service
The Email Notification Service (ENS) adds Apple Push Notification support to Exchange. On iOS, a third-party app can receive notifications using Apple’s background app refresh or Apple Push Notification Service (APNs) technologies. Background app refresh is used by default, as each app can provide irregular notifications using this method. However, iOS attempts to balance the needs of all apps and the system itself.
To provide notifications quickly and consistently, Apple also provides APNs. APNs allows a remote server to send notifications to the user for that application, however Exchange does not natively support these APNs. ENS adds APNs support to your deployment to allow quick and consistent notifications about the new items in your end users email inbox.
Deploy the Email Notification Service (ENS2) to provide real-time email notifications. Email Notification Service 2 (ENS2) is an initial rewrite of the solution for new email notifications for VMware Workspace ONE Boxer on both iOS and Android. The service works by monitoring the Exchange or Office365 back end for email events and sending updates to the end user devices through Apple or Google’s push notification services. The service works by monitoring the Exchange or Office365 back end for email events and sending updates to the end user devices through Apple or Google’s push notification services. The updates come through as new email banners and on iOS through the app’s badge counter. This provides a more robust security model, high availability, and a cloud deployment option.
To change the badge count, Android users must clear the Boxer notification, as Android does not support the badge count.
For more information on deploying Email Notification Service, see the Workspace ONE UEM Online Help topic, Introduction to Email Notification Service 2.
Workspace ONE UEM Mobile Email Management Models (Optional)
Configure one of the Workspace ONE UEM email deployment models, either Secure Email Gateway (SEG) or PowerShell. For more information on choosing a MEM deployment model, see the Workspace ONE UEM Online Help topic Protect Email Infrastructure.
The Join-request emails are visible in email clients using the EWS protocol, which means that you only receive push notifications for these emails but cannot access emails directly.