Integrate CubeBackup with IDrive® e2

Use CubeBackup to secure your Microsoft 365 data, shared drive, website data, contacts, and calendar by backing them up to IDrive® e2 hot cloud storage. Learn more about CubeBackup


Before uploading files using CubeBackup, you require:

  1. An active IDrive® e2 account. Sign up here if you do not have one.
  2. A bucket in IDrive® e2. See how to create a bucket.
  3. Valid Access Key ID and Secret Access Key. Learn how to create an access key.
  4. CubeBackup is installed on your system.
Set up CubeBackup with IDrive® e2
  1. Launch CubeBackup and click Next to start the CubeBackup Configuration Wizard.
  2. Set up data storage location:
    1. Storage Type: Select Amazon S3 compatible storage from the drop-down menu.
    2. Data Index Path: CubeBackup needs to keep some metadata on a local disk when backing up Microsoft 365 data.
    3. Endpoint: Enter your IDrive® e2 region endpoint URL (https:// is mandatory)
    4. Enter your IDrive® e2 bucket name.
    5. Enter your IDrive® e2 Access Key ID as the Access Key.
    6. Enter your IDrive® e2 Access Secret Key as the Secret Key.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Copy the code and click Open authentication portal to verify the source account for backup.
    Note: Use this documentation to set up CubeBackup for both Google Workspace/Microsoft 365.
  5. Select users to backup by selecting a particular user account and click Next.
  6. Set up the web console administrator account for CubeBackup.
    1. Enter Admin name.
    2. Enter Admin email ID.
    3. Enter the Password and confirm it.
    4. Click Next.
  7. Once the configuration is completed, click Backup Now to start backup.

    Note: Backup will run automatically, and data from Microsoft 365 workspace will backed up to the IDrive® e2 bucket you have created.

Note: Data restoration is handled by your specific backup solution provider and is affected by multiple variables that are unique to your environment. For application-related enquiries/support, it is strongly recommended you seek guidance from the technical team of your backup solution provider.