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This blog explains how to Setup POP3/SMTP email configuration in Dynamics CRM.
Step 1: Create new Email Server profile.
a. Go to Settings –> Email Configuration –> Email Server Profile.
b. Click on +New –> POP3/SMTP server.
c. Fill Details in the form.
Incoming Server Location: pop.gmail.com
Outgoing Server Location: smtp.gmail.com
Now Go in Advanced Tab and Provide this Port values for Incoming and Outgoing Port.
Incoming Port: 995
Outgoing Port: 587
Step 2: Go to Email Configuration settings and then change Server Profile.
a. Go to Mailboxes.
b. Select the user for whom you want to activate.
c. Add following details.
d. Click on Approve Email
e. Click on Test & Enable Mailbox.
You may get following error.
Due to hidden settings within Gmail that may be blocking connections from third party apps.
a. Make sure you access these links while logged into the Gmail account, and make sure they’re turned on/enabled.
b. After enabling again go to mailbox and Click on Approve Email and Test & Enable Mailbox.
c. Incoming and Outgoing Email Status is Success.
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