ERPAG as a modern ERP and MRP system is packed with features that enable you to automate and run daily tedious tasks with minimal effort. One of these features is an integrated simple email client that enables you to send emails, invoices and other documents i.e pdf created in ERPAG.
In order to successfully email clients through ERPAG, you need to integrate it with your email account.
(e.g Office 365, Gmail, or any other.)
Of course, there are pre-requirements that need to be met in order to adequately connect ERPAG and your email account.
- to know your email provider
- to have access to your user name and password
- to be sure that email provider is enabling secure POP3, IMAP and SMTP connections
- to have an ERPAG account
As of February 2020, OAuth authentication is available for POP3, IMAP4, and SMTP AUTH connections to Exchange Online. For more information, see Authenticate an IMAP, POP or SMTP connection using OAuth.Note
If you’ve enabled security defaults in your organization, SMTP AUTH is already disabled in Exchange Online. For more information, see What are security defaults?.
If your authentication policy disables basic authentication for SMTP, clients cannot use the SMTP AUTH protocol even if you enable the settings outlined in this article. For more information, see Disable Basic authentication in Exchange Online.
GET params from Office 365 account:
To get OFFICE 365 params for IMAP, POP3 SMTP – follow these steps:
- Login to you Office 365 account
- Open Outlook from the Apps menu
- Open settings
- Clik: view all Outlook settings
Connect ERPAG email account and Office 365
Once you have everything in line, you can set up your email account in ERPAG
To check if everything is working fine, just send a test email on the right side menu
That’s it. Now you can send emails from ERPAG using your Outlook account.