Tip #979: Start planning farewell party for the email router

Retirement

We always liked email router, we even called it “good, old, and fairly reliable“, and asked people not to leave it behind. But, as the server-side synchronization becomes better and better with every release, it’s time to reconsider. According to the list of the upcoming important changes, “Email Router will become deprecated in the next […]

Tip #976: Dynamics 365 Outlook App conversation tracking

Now that the Outlook client is deprecated, it is important to be aware of how the automatic tracking options work with the new world of Outlook App + Server-Side Synchronization. If you have your personal options set to track email messages in response to tracked emails in Dynamics 365, when a user tracks and sends […]

Tip #966: E-mail integration in team or department deployment

Mailboxes

Joel has been producing tips by a truckload, I don’t think he’ll notice if I sneak this one in, especially when a fellow comrade developer David “Xrm.Tools” Yack is in pain. David Anyone have any suggestions for where let’s say a Team/Department gets CRM in their own subscription but their e-mail is still managed by […]

Tip #899: If email gets rejected check for duplicate addresses

Duplicate stamp

tl;dr When incoming email gets rejected, check if you have records in mail-enabled entities (contacts, accounts, queues, and system users OOB) using the same email address. I’ve done this today Set up a hybrid server-side sync for a customer. (There are some gaps in the docs, this is a recommended reading companion.) Add a support […]

Tip #869: Beware of minimal copy side effects

Minimal copy

Ability to copy organizations in Dynamics 365 is invaluable. Ability to perform a minimal copy is a great space-saver. But, as reported by Evan Watson and our own Joel “Silence is also a good a podcast topic” Lindstrom, beware of the deficiencies of a minimal copy. Entities that are copied are listed but what is […]

Tip #744: Manually accept invitations for disabled mailboxes

RSVP

Guido “Trekkie not Star Wars fan” Preite with another tip on maintaining your mailboxes in hybrid environments: In a CRM Online configured with an Hybrid Server Side Synchronization emails sent by a particular users moved to Failed state after few seconds (other users can send emails without issues). In the alert section of the mailbox […]

Tip #616: Duplicate activities in Outlook with Server-Side-Synchronization

If you use server-side synchronization and start seeing duplicate activities, such as tasks, inside of Outlook, that can sometimes happen if your mailbox is configured for server-side synchronization in multiple CRM organizations: During deployment, if you configure server side synchronization in UAT and then again in prod, without first disabling it in the first environment. The recommendation […]