Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central offers multiple ways to create a vendor remittance report; one option is an email. The video’s main focus is formatting the vendor payment advice through the payments journal. This video also shows all the steps needed to create a vendor remittance report with an email body, including the requirement of having an EFT setup in Business Central with your bank.
Email scenarios are processes that involve sending a document. For example, a sales or purchase order or a notification that gives an external accountant access to your Business Central. You can use specific email accounts for specific scenarios. The following are a few examples:
Sending emails is a basic functionality every company uses in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. In this article, you will learn 5 ways to send an email along with some improvements to open the sending possibilities. Also, you will learn how to check if emails were sent or not.
Have you ever tried to get the attachments of an E-Mail which have been sent inside of Business Central?
The Main Question is: Do you want to store all Sales Quotes which have been sent to your customers/partners? Your employees are sending many mails with different versions of Quotes and a centralized storage would be nice?
It’s not a secret that Microsoft is forcing OAuth authentication for several products, including Exchange Online and Business Central Online. Over the last couple of days, I got multiple requests from partners who are now struggling with configuring SMTP in Business Central for Exchange Online.