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.
Source : Kauffmann @ Dynamics 365 Business Central
As you probably have noticed, the SMTP module was replaced by “Email – SMTP Connector” and “Email – SMTP API” apps in the Business Central 20 version and will cause an error if you use the standard SMTP module. So, in this article, I will present possible SMTP mailing usages and how you can rework the old functionality.
Source : Simplanova
Recently I encounter this issue as one of the customer would like to set up Gmail as service provided for SMTP mail in business central.
So I started the regular way how we started setting up SMTP and encounter the following issue.
Source : Ammolh Saallvi Blog
Not all customers uses Office 365 as their e-mail. The other popular option companies use is G Suite from Google.
When you’re trying to setup the SMTP Mail using Gmail accounts in G Suite, you may encounter this error:
Source : Confessions of a Dynamics NAV Consultant
Microsoft is trying to make our life easier from an upgrade perspective with merge commandlets and upgrade codeunits. This is nice but sometimes you run into situations that are not fixable with tools like these.
Bron : Mark Brummel
Objects of SMTP
Replace objects Table 409 and Codeunit 400
Please make sure that you have IIS Installed.
Bron : Mohammed Sami
You might have faced and resolved this issue as it is a common problem.
This article is intended for those who haven’t faced issue Related to Non Standard SMTP Port during SMTP Setup till NAV 2009 R2.
Bron : Saurav Dhyani