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Did Microsoft moved the Microsoft Dynamics 365 – Email Configuration?
should I need to create a support ticket regarding this?
Singaravelu S, CFP
It seems that the Email Configuration of the sitemap disappeared for some reason.
We can manually add it back to the sitemap.
Go to Settings > Customizations > Customize the System, then Client Extensions, open Site Map.
In the sitemap editor, add a new subarea in the original Email Configuration location, set its URL to /tools/social/social_area.aspx, Icon to /_imgs/area/16_social.png, and ID to nav_social. Save and publish.
Email Configuration is now back on the site map.
Thanks for the inputs.
I am getting error message as below...
You will need to export the site map, modify one of the nav_leads ID values so that it is a unique ID value, and reimport the modified site map to resolve this error.
You have two subarea ID duplicated.
Please modify the ID of both subareas so that they do not duplicate.
Thanks for the screenshots images. In your images, the save, save and close and publish are active.
I my login the 3 are disabled, even after adding few items.
You could use the XRMToolbox Site Map Editor which will bypass those errors.
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