1 Mar’19

D365 Business CentralSending Email from Admin on behalf of sender in Business Central using MS Flows


In Business Central, to send an Email the sender Email is always the user in SMTP Setup. But, what happens when you are sending email from <admin@yourorganization.com> but should be going department wise ie. <sales@yourorganization.com> and <marketing@yourorganization.com>. Thus in this blog I’ll be showing how to send email from the department email using the admin email.


1. VS Code.
2. Office 365.
3. Microsoft Dynamics Business Central.
4. MS Flows.


1. Setting Up MS Flows:

  • Creating the HTTP request:
  • Using Sample Payload as :
    "sender":"Test Sender",
    "recepient":"Test recepient",
    "subject":"Test Subject",
    "body":"Test body"
  • Add the  Send an Email action:

  • Save the MS Flow and copy the trigger URL in  Postman and passing JSON, check if you the email.
  • Check mail box for delivery of Email

2. Enable email delegation in Office 365.

In portal.office.com, navigate to Admin > Admin Center > Exchange > Mail boxes > <–Admin Email–> > Delegate

Add you department email here. In this cas Cloudfronts@xyz.com is admin email and olisterr@xyz.com is department email.

3. Call the MS Flows from Business Central.


4. Output


Thus in this way we can use MS Flows Webhooks to actually trigger an email passing the data through JSON as an POST http request.

Written by

Olister Rumao

Software Engineer

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