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Due to a change in Office 365, you may encounter the following error when deploying the Outlook Add-In Business Inbox via Assisted Setup:
The change will take effect immediately after the Office 365 tenant has been updated to latest release. All Dynamics NAV releases that have the Assisted Setup incorporated and all SaaS releases (Dynamics 365 Business Central) are affected. Manual deployment might be needed via the new ‘Services and Add-Ins’ page for anyone who has an O365 tenant that’s moved to the new model. They could be seeing this in any version of Dynamics NAV/ Dynamics Business Central OnPrem (even SaaS) as the change was made on the O365/Exchange side. If you try to upload the manifest file directly to Exchange Server, the following very clear message will show up:
Automated deployment should still work for Exchange OnPrem users and users whose O365 tenants haven’t been updated yet. For Dynamics 365 Business Centrakl, we are working on some code updates to error messaging to make it clearer to the user when they need to use the new deployment methods. We are not sure when that’ll be deployed to SaaS.
Unfortunately, this is outside control of Dynamics NAV / Dynamics 365 Business Central development. We therefore kindly ask you to set the expectations to your customers what can and what cannot be done when you, as a Dynamics NAV partner or Cloud Solution Provider, decides to raise this concern with Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Dynamics 365 Business Central support.
If you click on Services and add-ins, the link will open.
You can generate the manifest file via Dynamics NAV / Dynamics 365 BC and use that to upload the manifest file directly to Exchange Serve via Deploy Add-in.
Could you publish a walk though of where to go. I.E. how to generate a manifest file or where do i get it if is already created. Users that are expecting to run the wizard have no idea where this file comes from as NAV does not state "I will create a manifest file for a manual upload here it is" when the wizard fails...
thanks in advance
Good day Jeremy,
You can search for Office Add-In Management, from the Actions menu, you can download the two Add-Ins via Download Add-in Manifest. Note that end users can still use the Assisted Setup and deploy the Outlook Add-In Business Inbox for their own mailbox. An Exchange Administrator however cannot do this anymore for the whole Org when connecting to Exchange Online. An Exchange Administrator would have to do that while end users cannot do typically due to missing restrictions.
Hope this does help.
Thanks for the information...This is what I was looking for...I will note we were getting the issue with both options "My Mailbox" and "My Organization" same error as listed above. Thanks for your help very much appreciated
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