The extension targets Business Central version 19 but is compatible with version 20.
It is now possible to store the generated reports in Azure Blob Storage.
We added a description field to the Report Configs. It was possible to create two Report Configs that use the same Report ID (where different email messages are required) but when running a batch and selecting the Report Config, it wasn't easily identifiable as to which one was which.
The extension is now available in Malta.
The extension is now fully compatible with the upcoming version 20 release of Business Central. Note that for the extension to be compatible, we had to remove all references to the older "SMTP Mail Setup" table and related objects. Please ensure that you have set up Email Accounts within Business Central.
Whilst the extension is now compatible with Business Central version 20, the next release will target Business Central version 20.
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There is no new functionality in this release.
An issue was reported where the 'Send to Name' was being set incorrectly when sending Service Invoices, but using the Customer's default email address as opposed to a 'Customer Document Rule'.
We will be adding functionality to utilise the new "Email Scenarios" functionality that is now available in Business Central.
We will be adding the ability to automate the sending of document batches.
The extension currently targets Version 16, but is fully compatible with Version 18. The next release will target Version 18.
The initial release for AppSource. Astral Send has been around for 10 years now, but only as a 'C/AL' module implemented for the customers of Tres Tria.