Another very common scenario is to email a file instead of downloading it to the user. To run this scenario, you need to set up SMTP in your Dynamics Business Central database. This exercise assumes that the SMTP settings are ready.
Typically, people use Outlook or other tool for emails. But if you want to be able to send an email without having to go into Outlook because it can cause you to get distracted, taking you away from what you’re working on, there is another method. This blog explains how to use a PowerShell script to send an email.
Many of my customers get the source data for their Power BI reports – usually Excel or csv files – sent to them as an email attachment on a regular basis. When they get one of these emails what usually happens next is that they save the attachment to a folder so Power BI can connect to it. This a tedious manual process and of course one that breaks down if they’re off sick or away on holiday. However if you are using Exchange or Exchange Online it is possible to eliminate this step and have Power BI connect directly to the attachment without downloading it. In this post I’ll show you how, using Exchange Online as an example.
An easy and straight forward take to print any Report as PDF and send it by E-Mail. Simply define a filter on a record and call the function “Print2Email” with the desired Report.
Bron : Hannes Holst
In this article, a workflow response is created in the standard purchase order workflow. This response sends an email to the vendor after release of the purchase order i.e when the send approval request of the purchase order is approved by the authorized approver, the status of the purchase order changes to Released afterwhich an email is sent with attachment in a .pdf format to the vendor.