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I want to know is there any way by which we can save the sales attachments of sales literature to one drive or sharepoint? If it is possible then how can we do this.
Any help or suggestion would be highly appreciable.
The reason that Sales Literature is stored within Dynamics 365 is to allow it to be available from within Dynamics 365 for outlook and elsewhere when a user wishes to send the document to a customer in an email.
crmtipoftheday.com/.../sales-literature-vs-sharepoint has a good explanation of why sales literature is kept where it is...
Here you have some links:
Method 3: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/admin/free-storage-space
Another article discussing why Sales Literature should stay in Dynamics 365.
Overall it makes a lot of sense to move files to SharePoint as it is very low cost vs. attachments in Dynamics 365. We have used Power Objects PowerAttachment and www.mscrm-addons.com/.../AttachmentExtractor in the past. I would suggest not to extract these as Ben mentioned.
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