When MFA has introduced a couple of months ago in Office 365 / Microsoft 365 or made mandatory for a certain set of accounts, Microsoft Dynamics 365 NAV / Business Central had issues sending email through SMTP Email.
We from the Microsoft Dynamics NAV support team (Microsoft CSS) see an increasing number of support cases coming in related to Office 365 integration in a hosting environment. This range from the relatively new Edit in Excel feature or the relatively new Outlook Business Inbox to the more familiar Office 365 Single Sign On functionality.
Watch this How Do I video to learn how to synchronize my Microsoft Dynamics NAV contacts with Office 365. The demonstration covers the following steps:
– set up the user’s Office 365 authentication
– set up contact synchronization
– synchronize from the setup window in NAV
– synchronize from the contacts list in NAV
Better late than never… When writing the last post about the web services examples I couldn’t imagine that the next one would take so long. However, here it is! And the code has been completely revised.
This example is about integrating with Office 365 using web services. And I assume, without having tested it, that it will also work with on-premise Exchange server. Just one warning, before we look at the example. It is not a complete example of everything you could do with Exchange Web Services. But when you explore the possibilities, you will be amazed and most likely lose a lot of time trying out everything that is now at your fingertips.
If you have signed up for Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics NAV can use this service to open and save documents. For example, when you export a report to Excel and save it on Office 365, Microsoft Dynamics NAV can use Excel Online that your Office 365 account uses to open the document.