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I believe I have set up the email config properly in Dynamics Sales Pro. Using my user as a reference I have checked server side sync for appointments etc... and it shows success. However, when I make an appointment in Dynamics it does not show up on my outlook calendar. Additionally, when I try to send emails from the CRM they stay as pending. I have also added to my roles "Dynamics App for Outlook" user role.
Does anyone have an idea why my appointments are not syncing to my outlook calendar?
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Can you navigate to settings->Administration->System settings->Email tab settings as shown in below image
Also, check synchronization tab and system filter to see if all settings are correct.
For pending emails - check if you have approved email address from mailbox ribbon button and also from office 365.
If found helpful, Please mark my answer verified.
Hi again Bipin,
I uploaded the photos you requested.
I was able to open a ticket with Microsoft help desk. The issue was that I had converted my instance from a production environment to a sandbox to do a system restore. This by default put the system in "ADMIN MODE". The dynamics admin center from the power platform portal is depricated and so I could not manually take my own instance out of this mode without opening a help ticket. There was and is no way for the system admin or global admin to do it apparently right now.
After the system was taken out of admin mode I was able to manage permissions and synchronization items for users connected to outlook in my org. I simply went to mailboxes, applied the default settings which I made to include syncing appointments, tasks etc., then approved the email and test/configure. I no longer was getting an error message and my outlook sync started working properly.
Glat that you found solution for your issue. You can marke this thread verified so that it will be helpful for other community members.
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