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.
A Custom page called Collection Module-Per User has details of Customers Transaction. This Collection Per User page is a List page. The User will select the line and Click on Notes. Notes will written and saved. The user will Click on the Action button Send Notes to Customer.
Like the in cu 400 used mailing .net assembly the one used in cu 397 has very basic functionality, assembly Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Integration.Office. So if you want to use additional properties like setting a different reply-to address or using as different sender address, it is needed write it’s own code using basic .net assemblies.
At the end of this video you will know how to set up the document exchange service for the sending and receiving company. You’ll also know how to connect both companies so they can exchange invoices, as well as which settings in Microsoft Dynamics NAV are necessary to use the document exchange service.
For sending outlook mails one can use CU 397 and it works fine, if it’s ok to use the standard outlook profile as sender address (“From”). If you want to use a different sender address, then this is not possible.
To get that possibility let’s have a look at the in CU 397 used .net assemblies. There we have especially assembly Microsoft.Dynamics.Nav.Integration.Office. For most cases a nice little thing. But it delivers no possibility to set/change the sender address. So what to do?