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Setup Send Documents by Email in Madeira

To enable emails from within Project “Madeira”, start the Set Up Email assisted setup on the Home page. We have already seen this in our previous post, you can find it here.

To offer your customers to pay for sales electronically using a payment service, such as PayPal, you can also have the PayPal information and hyperlink inserted in the email body. We have already covered this in our previous post, you can find it here.

From all supported documents, you initiate emailing by choosing the Send action, on posted documents, or the Post and Send action, on non-posted documents.

Let us Setup document-specific email body for sales invoices.

From the search page find Report Selections Sales:

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Fill the Value as shown in below screen in same sequence.

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If you want to offer customers to pay for sales electronically, you can set up the related payment service, such as PayPal, and then have the PayPal information and hyperlink inserted in the email body as well. We have already covered this in our previous post, you can find it here.

Will come up with more details & feature explaination in my upcomming posts.

 

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Assisted Setup (Email) in Madeira

In this post we will discuss how to setup Email.

Its very easy and single user intervention required.

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From Action Tab click on Assisted Setup & Task from the ribbon.

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On Welcome screen click on Next Button.

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Select the Email Provider and click on Next to continue.

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Enter your Email id and password, click on Next Button.

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That’s it, click on Finish.

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Just required to enter Email id and password, setup is done.

Will come with other option in my next post.

Till then keep exploring and learning.

 

 

Assisted Setup – Madeira

When you want to explore Project “Madeira” on your own, you can always go back to the Getting Started tour. See in cubes area marked.

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At Home page you will find the Assisted Setup & Tasks action. See in Ribbon marked in above screen.

Here you see a list of assisted setup that can help you getting started.

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You can migrate data such as vendors, customers, and items from your existing financial system using the Migrate Business Data assisted setup. Once you are done with this piece you are good to go ahead exploring more.

Depending on your need, check if the other assisted setup can help you in any manner.

In the Assisted Setup window, you will find the followings:

 

ASSISTED SETUP

Set Up Company: – Creates a new trial company for you to enter data and try out Project “Madeira”. If you went through the Getting Started tour this step is probably already completed.

Migrate Business Data: – Lets you import your existing company data such as vendors, customers, and items from Excel or QuickBooks.

Set up Sales Tax: – Gets you started with default tax groups and assigning tax area codes that you can assign to customers and vendors in order to automatically calculate sales tax in sales or purchase documents.

Set up Email: – Gets you ready for sending email messages directly from sales orders or contacts in Project “Madeira”.

Set up Office Add-Ins: – Sets up the ability to use and launch Project “Madeira” from Outlook.

Set up Email Logging: – Sets up the capability to log email correspondence in Project “Madeira” to follow up on interactions.

 

Will come up with more details in my upcoming posts.

Till then keep exploring and learning.

 

 

 

Modify, Assign and Process Email for Word Forms in Navision 2016

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 offers new functionality with Microsoft Word forms and emailing documents for Customers and Vendors. You can now modify the customer statement report and the vendor remittance report using Microsoft Word. You can also select a specific report format by customer to ease the statement process.

To make this functionality work for you, you need to make sure you have setup the SMTP Mail Setup. You can see my earlier post OFFICE 365 INTEGRATION IN NAV 2015 – Exchange Online this is still valid for Navision 2016.

Recall from my earlier posts, how to work with Word Layouts which I have written for 2015 but those are still valid for 2016 links as below.

Word Document Reports and Custom Layouts

Using Report Selector to run Report

Managing Report Layouts

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, Microsoft have extended the functionality for Word forms and Email beyond the Sales documents. We now have default Microsoft Word forms for Customer Statements and the Vendor Remittance report.

You can now modify the Word form to meet your needs, assign a custom Word layout to a specified customer or vendor and print or email based on those customer specific selections.

In the Report Layout selection, there is a new report object for the Customer Statement with a default Word report created.

The Mini Statement report (1316) is based on the existing RDLC customer statement but includes a Word report with the same information. You can use Managing Report Layouts to know more details regarding customizing the Layouts.

In Report Selection – Sales, you can set the Customer Statement to use the new report, Mini-Statement – 1316.
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Now your system is setup to use the specified layout for all customers and the statement itself is going to use the new report.

Now that Microsoft Dynamics NAV is setup to use the new report, you can assign a specific report by customer. This will enable you to have multiple formats processed at the same time.

We assigned a custom layout to the customer in the customer card.

Here you set your selection by document type, for example, the sales quote or the customer statement.

You can also enter an email address for the document. So, if the statement goes to your customer’s accounts receivable clerk and the sales quote is sent to the sales manager, you define this information in the Document Layouts page.

The system uses the custom layout when you print the documents instead of emailing them.

Enter multiple email addresses with a semi-colon to separate them.
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You can do this for all customers.

When statements are processed, the report layout used is the one assigned to the customer. If the customer has no custom layouts assigned, the custom layout assigned in the Report Layout Selection is used.

If you go to Customer Statements, you can see that that Output Options are available. This will let you select how you wish to use the document layout settings.
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A checkbox will appear allowing you to print remaining statements. If you mark this checkbox, any statements with an email address in Customer Document Layouts is emailed, and any statements with a custom report layout but no email address will print with that report layout and any customers without any document layout settings will use the company default report from Report Layout Selections.

I will come up with more details in my upcoming posts.

Important

Most of the contents you find in this blog will be either inherited from MSDN or Navision Developer IT Pro Help. Some places images are also directly taken from these sites. Purpose is simple to try those stuffs and re-produce adding few things as per my understanding to make easy understanding for others and quick reference.

Here nothing under my own brand or authorship of the content. At any point of time we are just promoting Microsoft stuffs nothing personnel with same.

Hope stuffs used here will not violate any copyright agreement with them. In case by mistake or in-intestinally it happens and the Microsoft feels these should not be used Microsoft have full right to inform me about same and will be glad to take down any such content which may be violating the norms.

Purpose is to promote Navision and share with community.

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