Microsoft Outlook is a web-based suite of webmail that helps you to connect all of your messages, contacts, tasks, and appointments in one convenient place.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based, all-in-one business management solution designed for small to medium-sized businesses. It helps businesses make informed decisions with connected data across accounting, sales, purchasing, inventory, and customer transactions.Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integrations
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Triggers at a specified time before an event in your calendar starts.
Triggers when an event is added to you selected calendar.
Triggers every time a new contact is added.
Triggers whenever a new email is received.
Triggers every time an event is updated.
Trigger when new data comes in your custom api call.
Trigger when New Chart Of Account created.
Trigger when new company is created
Trigger when new Customer is created
Trigger when a new customer sale is created
Trigger when new Employee is created
Trigger when new sales invoice is created
Trigger when a new sales order is created in a specific account.
Trigger when new vendor is created.
Trigger when a customer updated.
Trigger when any sales order updated.
Create a new contact to your Office 365 account.
Create an event directly on your designated calendar.
Send an email from your Outlook account.
Creates an item.
Creates a new order line item.
Updates an item.
Updates an order.
Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager, a software application that is used for organizing, storing and managing the emails, calendars, contacts and tasks. Microsoft Outlook allows users to manage their emails easily. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning. software, which manages business processes like finance, sales, marketing etc. The purpose of this article is to introduce how Outlook can integrate with Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Microsoft Outlook integrates with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central by using Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), which is one of the core services of Microsoft Azure. There are different ways that an integration between Outlook and Business Central can be done. One way is using an Exchange Server connector; another way is using the REST interface; yet another way is using the Office 365 Connector. It is not mandatory to use one type of integration over another, but it depends on the preferences of the organization.
Exchange Server connector allows the user to maintain the contacts, calendar entries and emails in both Outlook and Business Central through synchronization processes. This synchronization process happens in two ways. manual and automatic. Automatic synchronization process runs every 5 minutes if there are changes in one or both of the systems. Manual synchronization process can run manually or automatically based on the user’s preferences.
BizTalk connector runs on Business Central side and uses Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS. to connect to Office 365. After this connection has been established, BizTalk connector connects to Office365, retrieves the data from the Exchange Server mailbox, extracts it to an XML file, which will be transferred to Dynamics 365 Business Central database. The advantage of this integration is that the data in Dynamics 365 Business Central database can be accessed by other applications, unlike Exchange Server connector where data can only be accessed by Dynamics 365 Business Central applications.
Office365 connector uses Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS. to log in to Office365. After logging in to Office365, Office365 connector retrieves the data from Exchange Server mailbox, extracts it to XML file and transfers it to Dynamics 365 Business Central database using REST interface. The advantage of this integration is that it uses ADFS which makes it easier for IT departments to manage due to its management tops. Also, each user is assigned a specific rpe, which means that users cannot access all data but they can access specific data based on their rpes within the company.
Even though there are many ways to integrate Outlook with Business Central, there are also numerous benefits for doing so. The first benefit is that Outlook can now support more departments by having integrated with Business Central. The second benefit is that users can now use desktop email client instead of webmail client that requires internet connection. They can also access emails, calendar entries and contacts from anywhere as long they have internet connection. The third benefit is that users can set up alerts for each contact, which means they can receive notifications whenever someone updates their profile pictures or sends them an email.
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