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With the October 2022 release of Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client, 18.5, you will have the option to use Modern Authentication for emails. There is some additional setup that is going to be required, both in the App Registration in Azure AD as well as in the Microsoft Dynamics GP client. Also, you'll want to read through this article to understand important information regarding how Modern Authentication e-mail works differently in the Web Client and the Desktop Client.
If you use Web Services or Web Client with Dynamics GP and you install the US year end update which includes the 18.5 release, you need to also update each of these products. Blogs linked above to upgrade documentation specifically for those products.
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The configuration on the Dynamics GP side still takes place in the Company E-mail Setup window. There are three new fields on this window specifically for the Web Client Modern Authentication setup.
To access this window, go to the Company E-Mail Settings window at Microsoft Dynamics GP>>Tools>>Setup>>Company>>E-mail Settings.
To properly set this up, you need to perform the following steps:
Once you've added these three values click OK to perform the initial authorization. This is where the behavior between the two clients differs. The current release of the Web Client for Dynamics GP can e-mail via MSGraph/Modern Authentication, but users will not be prompted for credentials like they are in the Desktop Client. The user who performs this initial login is going to be the account that all e-mails will be sent from within the Web Client. Since you already authorized Dynamics GP with the app registration in the Desktop Client this should not need to be a global admin account. For this reason, you will want to put some thought into what user you are specifying here. The only way to change what user that will send e-mail out of the Web Client is to create a new app registration, log into the Web Client in an incognito or in-private browser session and perform the initial setup process again, specifying a different "send as" user.
Continue to check back to the Microsoft Dynamics GP October 2022 - Feature Blog Series to review upcoming blog posts related to our new features and other helpful resource links.
For detailed documentation on all the features: Microsoft Dynamics GP Detailed Documentation
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