In the clip below, Megan Sheehan explains these changes and how they affect your email configuration. Read on to find documentation and instructions on how to apply Microsoft and Google email configuration changes in your SugarCRM instance.
During this online user group, our SugarCRM experts, Justin and Megan, cover topics relating to SugarCRM's "Sugar Serve" CX solution. They look at the service console, case routing and assigning cases based on work hours, SLA tracking, knowledgebase, and much more. Check it out!Continue reading
However, in the past year, I've noticed an internal server error will sometimes occur when setting up a new user. After some investigation, I found some Office 365 Admin settings necessary that fixed it. In this post, I'll detail what Admins should be looking for and the steps they must…Continue reading
Sugar Connect is SugarCRM’s Outlook 365 email integration product. Connecting Outlook to Sugar provides multiple benefits for the user, allowing them to access CRM information from their email sidebar, sync and access shared calendars, and much more.Continue reading
In SugarCRM, there are four main types of reports: rows and columns, summation, summation with details, and matrix. When you create a custom report, it is essential that you select the right report type to fit your needs. Any report you create will have drill-through capabilities for a deeper…Continue reading
With the Silent Upgrade Utility, you need SSH access to your server to run the commands locally on the server. This removes any issues with uploading, permissions or timeouts. First, upload the upgrade file you would normally upload to the Upgrade Wizard. You also need to upload the silent Upgrade…Continue reading