Microsoft Teams Chat Integration

Microsoft Teams Chat Integration with ASM

Configure Azure

Register the Application

  1. Sign into the Azure Portal using an account with administrator permissions.

You must use an account in the same Microsoft 365 subscription (tenant) as you intend to register the app with.

  1. In the Azure Portal select Azure Active Directory, go to App registrations in the Menu and click on Add a New Registration.

  1. Register the application and enter your application’s registration information:

    • In the Name section, enter an application name that will be displayed to the users and press Register.

    • Add a client secret and click on New Client secret. Give a description for the client secret and set the client expiry date by providing a custom date or set a predefined expiry period. Remember to make a note of the expiry date as MS Teams will stop working once expired. Press on Add.

Set App Permissions

Select the API Permissions tab-Request API Permissions Add Chat.Read Permission.

  • Press on Add permission, select Microsoft Graph, select Delegated Permissions.

  • Expand the Chat section and select the Chat.Read Permission.

  • Select Add permission.

  • Select Grant Admin consent for the domain and press Yes to grant permission.

Add a Redirect URL

Review the App Registration details.

  1. Add a redirect URL.

  1. Press on Add a Platform and then press on Web and enter the redirect URL.

ASM uses the authorization code flow to access the Microsoft Graph API on behalf of the logged in user->

The Azure administrator should register an application in Azure AD and will require the redirect URL for ASM.

e.g. https://{asm-server-url}/{asm-system-name}/oauth2callback.htm

Certificates and secrets

Note the Client ID, Tennant Id and Client secret as you will need these values later in the ASM configuration.

Configure Chat in ASM


  1. Access System Administration>Preview Features> Settings and change the Chat Type to Teams.

  2. Insert all the values for Teams Service account from Azure; Tenant ID, Client ID and Client secret and then restart IIS.

    • Generic office 365 account to add –create and configure that (generic email account)

    • In the App Registration Certificates & secrets section: copy the Secret

    • In the App Registration Overview section: copy the Application (Client) ID and the Directory (Tenant ID)

Test the Configuration

  1. Start Chat from Portal

  2. Answer Chat

  3. Take Action on the call

  4. Click Start Chat

  5. Click Open Microsoft Teams when prompted

  6. A new chat is started where the subject is your Call number

  7. Chat

  8. Click End Chat when the conversation has ended

  9. The conversation should be added to the history of the call