Here are short instructions for how to sync a folder in Office 365 SharePoint Document Library with an Amazon AWS S3 bucket or folder in the bucket.

Amazon S3 Preparation

Before we start the cloudHQ wizard to create sync pair(s), we first need to create an appropriate Amazon S3 bucket, Amazon AWS IAM user and configure Amazon Glacier policies for your backup bucket (if needed).
Instructions on how to do that are here.

Office 365 SharePoint Preparation

You can authorize your Office 365 SharePoint by going to Cloud Accounts tab and clicking on the Office 365 SharePoint icon.

If you run into error authorizing Office 365 SharePoint, check troubleshooting notes here

Create Sync Pair

After Office 365 SharePoint and Amazon AWS S3 are authorized, you can create a sync pair.

  1. Start the synchronization wizard to sync two cloud accounts.
  2. Click the Office 365 SharePoint icon:
  3. Select an already-configured Office 365 SharePoint account or click the Add Office 365 SharePoint to add a new Office 365 SharePoint account
  4. Select the Office 365 SharePoint Document Library and folder to sync.
    1. The first level are Office 365 SharePoint sites and sub-sites.
    2. The second level are Office 365 SharePoint Document Libraries.

    3. The third level and below are Office 365 SharePoint folders.
    4. If you cannot find Office 365 SharePoint library click on the Search or Enter Site URL button.

    5. Click the Amazon S3 icon:
    6. Select an already-configured Amazon S3 account or click “Add Amazon S3” to add a new Amazon S3 account
    7. Select I’d like to sync an existing folder or bucket, then click the Next button:
    8. Select Amazon S3 bucket or Amazon S3 folder inside the bucket, then click the Next button:
    9. Select your options. Synchronization will start automatically.
    10. The synchronization status will display after the initial synchronization.
    11. Here is How to Monitor Status of Sync.
    12. An email will confirm the success of the initial synchronization.