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I'm hoping you may be able to provide me with some guidance on best practice for managing email enquiries out of Dynamics 365.We currently have a few mailboxes synced with automatic case creation enabled, when a new email is received it will create a case.
Our predicament is when it comes to reply emails there is no real way of knowing that someone has replied without looking at an email view. Ideally we would like to know from the case of the queue item.
So my question is, what is best practice to manage emails in dynamics 365? It seems odd that we would have to create custom workflows to update cases in order to know when a reply email has been received, which makes me wonder if we are using Dynamics differently than intended.
Any guidance would be much appreciated.
As you mentioned, “We currently have a few mailboxes synced with automatic case creation enabled, when a new email is received it will create a case.”
On the case form, you can view the timeline, which can show all emails that related to the email.
you can refer following link for more details:
Timeline Overview for Users - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs
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Thank you for the reply!
We would however like to be able to know when a reply email has come back into a case without having to open each case.
Should I be advising that they use an activities view?
If you don’t want to view emails in the timeline of the case form, you can view them in the Activity view.
You can select Email in Activity type to filter view.
Or view email view directly.
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