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I am using odoo 9. I set up the outgoing server and can send email from odoo fine. I set up the incoming server according to the instruction in google search but cannot receive any email into odoo.
Here's my incoming server settings:
Server Name: imap.one.com
User Name: email@example.com
Password: [password of firstname.lastname@example.org]
For the bottom part, I don't know how to fill in. Some suggestion on the web said:
Actions to Perform on Incoming Mails:
Create a New Record = crm.lead ["define the object name from where you want to this email"]
Now click on the "Fetch Now" button.
But I cannot find anything like "crm.lead ["define the object name from where you want to this email"] " in the "Create a New Record" and "Server Action" dropdown lists. Do I type in the crm.lead... code??? Or what should I do???
Please advise. Thanks.
Thank you for the answer. However, I don't quite understand what you mean. I tried the following with no avail.
1) Set up a email@example.com in my email server.
2) Set ooo incoming mail server as followed:
Server Name: imap.one.com
User Name: firstname.lastname@example.org
Password: [password of email@example.com]
3) I sent a test email to firstname.lastname@example.org (a non-existing email account). Since that email address does not exist, it should forwarded to the email@example.com which it did. But I did not see it appeared in ooo even though the ooo incoming server is set to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I probably don't understand how the incoming email works in odoo. My question is whether odoo can serve as a incoming mail client which can accept email from outside such as reply from a user that confirms the acceptance of an invitation into the system. If yes, please advise how the set it up with step-by-step instruction. Your help is highly appreciated.
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|Asked: 4/12/16, 8:24 AM|
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|Last updated: 4/15/16, 12:55 PM|