Project Madeira with Desktop Outlook

In my few previous articles, I showed you how you can use Project “Madeira” with Outlook. But in all these posts, I used Outlook Online. You can also do everything the same in Desktop Outlook. You just must use Exchange Online.

Because of that, I want to show just some example in Desktop Outlook using Office 2016. You can use all examples I already showed. In this my small example, I got an email about some Invoice Issue from client.

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In this case, you just need to run “Desktop Links” add-in and Outlook will open your invoice in email body. For example, I’ll make an invoice correction and change discount fro 5% to 10% and re-post and re-send invoice to my customer.

You just need to choose Correct and system will make and post credit-memo, the same as invoice and create new invoice with the same data. You will change everything you want and choose “Post and Send”. System will post this invoice and create new email with this invoice in attachment as PDF.

But we have something more. In the right corner, we can find “Contact Insight” button and when we run it, we will get all information about this customer in the right pane. This pane is interactive and that means you can click on any data and you will get new information here.

Also, you can find “New” button and we can create all sales and purchase documents from this place. I think almost all functionalities in the Online and Desktop Outlook are mostly the same, but Desktop Outlook experience is even better.

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3 thoughts on “Project Madeira with Desktop Outlook

  1. Is there any information available about the pre-requisites to have the ‘Contact Insights’ action available in Outlook after installing ‘NAV 2017’?

    I’ve completed the full installation of NAV 2017 on-premise (including the ‘Microsoft Outlook Add-In’), but when launching Outlook 2016, the action is not present.

    Is it mandatory using ‘Office 365’, ‘Exchange Online’, ‘NAV 2017 on Azure’, …?

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