Introduction:Contacts are important part of our network for our day to day communication.
Although even if we need it everyday, there is also a need for them to be integrated directly into Business Central.
Well, it started from a community question and seems like Microsoft Flow is the fastest and the easiest method to resolve this issue.
Pre-requisites:Microsoft Dynamics Business Central
References:Microsoft Flow's standard 'Daily copy all Outlook contacts to Google Contacts' Flow.
Solution:1. Creation of Web Services for Contact:
|Creating the Web Service|
2. Creation of Microsoft Flow to move you E-mail contacts to Business Central:
Using the 'Daily copy all Outlook contacts to Google Contacts' flow, you can modify the flow to integrate Contacts into Business Central.
|Removing the add Contact to Google Contact Action|
|Adding the HTTP Action to Insert the Contact into Business Central using Web Services|
|Adding an Email Notification|
3. After creation of Contact in Business Central:
|Contact created after running the Flow|