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Hello I have created a incoming mail server, using this server I am trying to fatch the email from my account, for that I have make a record, and in that "Create a New Record" field i am giving model 'messages(mail.messages)'
but while the scheduler run it gives me error like
Create an appropriate mail.alias or force the destination model.
After getting this i have created a mail alias named 'noreply' with aliased model 'Bank Statement' with no default value,
but it still not working,
what i want is to fatch the mail from my mail account and create a message in OpenERP v7.
can anyone shade light on it?
you want to fetch emails from your mail provider to be able get all your emails in your OpenERP account.
If you want to do so, you don't have to set up any "Actions to Perform on Incoming Mails"; neither "Create a New Record " nor "Server Action".
The only thing you need to get your incoming emails properly routed to your OpenERP user is to have this user's alias match exactly your external email address. You may need to set your alias Domain properly for that (in Settings\Configuration\General settings).
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