#MSDynGP New NACHA Data Security Requirements coming up on 30-Jun-2022

David Meego - Click for blog homepageYou might be aware of the new Security requirements for Bank Account Numbers which applies to ACH Originators and Third-Parties with more than 2 million ACH payments annually and becomes effective on 30-Jun-2022.

NACHA, the governing body for ACH transactions in the United States, is rolling out updated security requirements which are actually best practice whether you meet the transaction level targets or not.

Read on for how you handle the requirements on your Microsoft Dynamics GP system.

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#DynamicsCon I will be hosting the Dynamics GP Watch Party Breakout Room on Wednesday and Thursday

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThe latest installation DynamicsCon virtual conference started yesterday. The conference is running from 15th to 17th March 2022.

While I am not presenting a session this time around, I will be hosting the Dynamics GP Watch Party Breakout Room on Wednesday and Thursday from 10am to 12pm ET on both days.

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Changing Exchange Online Settings with PowerShell

David Meego - Click for blog homepageIn my previous article: #MSDynGP Microsoft Dynamics GP and SMTP Email Failing, I mentioned that it was possible to check and/or change settings for your Exchange Online client.

There are a number of settings which can only be changed using PowerShell as they don’t have any user interface options available. However, many of the articles that provide the details on the settings never say how to actually get PowerShell working to use the settings.

This is where this article comes in …..

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#MSDynGP Microsoft Dynamics GP and SMTP Email Failing

David Meego - Click for blog homepageOver the last month or so many users have been reporting intermittent issues with sending emails failing with SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) authentication failures.

The issue occurs when using Microsoft’s Exchange Online (part of the Microsoft 365 suite) as the email service. It is caused by Microsoft’s policies to improve authentication security for the Exchange Online service.

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#DynamicsCon Vote for Sessions for March 2022 Conference

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThe next installment of DynamicsCon conference is scheduled for 15th to 17th March 2022. The session submission period is over and now we enter the session voting period until 19th January 2022.

During this voting period all registered attendees have 12 votes to apply to sessions as they wish, then the votes will be tallied and the final session lists published. See this explanation for more details of the process.

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#MSDynGP Microsoft Dynamics GP v18.4 ISV Pre-release installers now available

David Meego - Click for blog homepageAwesome News.

This morning (Perth Time) I had an email from Terry Heley from Microsoft with a link to a pre-release (very early alpha) of the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics GP version 18.4 (October 2021) release. This download is provided to the ISV community to help them prepare for the final code when it is released.

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#DynamicsCon Last Chance to Vote for Sessions

David Meego - Click for blog homepageToday is the last day to vote for your favourite DynamicsCon conference sessions ahead of the conference scheduled for 20th to 23rd September 2021.

Make sure that you register and apply your 12 votes today to shape what you want to see at the conference.

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#DynamicsCon Vote for Session: Microsoft Dynamics GP Development – Choosing the Right Tool

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThe next installment of DynamicsCon conference is scheduled for 20th to 23rd September 2021. The session submission period is over and now we enter the session voting period until 28th July.

During this voting period all registered attendees have 12 votes to apply to sessions as they wish, then the votes will be tallied and the final session lists published. See this explanation for more details of the process.

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#DynamicsCon Vote for Session: What Does It Take To Add MVP After Your Name?

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThe next installment of DynamicsCon conference is scheduled for 20th to 23rd September 2021. The session submission period is over and now we enter the session voting period until 28th July.

During this voting period all registered attendees have 12 votes to apply to sessions as they wish, then the votes will be tallied and the final session lists published. See this explanation for more details of the process.

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#MSDynGP It’s official: Microsoft Dynamics GP is here to stay

David Meego - Click for blog homepageOver the last few weeks I have been chatting with Terry Heley on the Microsoft Dynamics GP Support team. She was been working really hard on getting the Lifecycle information for Microsoft Dynamics GP updated to reflect Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to the Dynamics GP product.

Regardless of of the sales hype and disinformation you might hear from other sources who want to spread FUD (Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt), Microsoft Dynamics GP is not going away any time soon and the product lifecycle information has been updated to show this.

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#GPPT: Resolved: Registration fails followed by Microsoft Dynamics GP has stopped working

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWith the release of the GP Power Tools build 28.6 hotfix, a couple of sites have reported that GP Power Tools says it is not registered and then causes Microsoft Dynamics GP to crash if you attempt to open the registration window.

[Edit] This issue is resolved permanently with the GP Power Tools build 28.7 hotfix.

The cause of the issue has been identified and a simple solution is available. We are working with the 3rd party developers involved to prevent the situation occurring in future.

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#DUG Dynamics User Group, DynamicsCon and Microsoft Dynamics GP

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThe Dynamics User Group, the team behind DynamicsCon, are making a huge effort to bring the Microsoft Dynamics GP community into their fold.

Not only is there Dynamics GP content in the DynamicsCon conference coming up on March 16-21 2021, including a session presented by yours truly on GP Power Tools, but now there is a Dynamics GP section and GP forums active on their site.

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Update: PayPal Guest Credit Card payments no longer available

David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis article is to close the loop after the previous articles: PayPal Guest Credit Card payments still not working and Update: PayPal Guest Credit Card payments still not working.

I have received confirmation that the Guest Credit Card payment option will no longer be available as an option to pay PayPal Invoices due to Australian Government Legislation. You can still pay with credit card, you just need to login first.

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David Musgrave on The MVP Show

David Meego - Click for blog homepageBack at the end of July, I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Mark Smith from New Zealand (also known as the nz365guy) for his MVP Show podcast series.

This was the first time I have been interviewed for a podcast and it was a great experience.  Still waiting for the Enterprise Software Podcast team… Hint, Hint, Bob 🙂.

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PayPal Guest Credit Card payments still not working

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants uses PayPal’s Invoicing facility to send invoices for product subscriptions and consulting hours. These invoices can be paid using a credit card (via PayPal), a PayPal account or via Bank Transfer/ACH.

This system has been working well since Winthrop Development Consultants took over distribution of its products in July 2018.

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#GPPT Processes are currently being run Dialog when logging into Microsoft Dynamics GP

David Meego - Click for blog homepageAfter the release of build 28 of GP Power Tools, we have had a couple of reports from customer sites where users are receiving a “Processes are currently being run …” dialog when logging into Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Read on to understand what the cause is and how this can be resolved.

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