SAP – OUTLLOK – WORKFLOW

I need to configure Exchange connectors along with workflow. How is this done? What’s the procedure? How can these workflow items be configured to MS Outlook?

> If your SAP components run on the Web Application Server version 6.20 or above, you can configure e-mail via SMTP. The procedure is discussed in detail in OSS NOTE 455140: Configuration of E-Mail, fax, paging / SMS via SMTP.
If you’re running an older release, you can use the SAP Exchange Connection. It can be downloaded from the SAP Service Marketplace in the Software Distribution Center. The documentation is contained in the download package.

* Editor’s note: The SAP Service Marketplace requires a user ID

There is a program which can be scheduled to execute once in

10-15 mins, which picks up the workitems from SAP Inbox and

sends it across to external mail.

1) Please check RSWUWFML2 program and you need to schedule this

program with a proper variant.

2) Please maintain the autoforwarding for the users to whom the

workitems needs to be forwarded in SO36 transaction.

3) Schedule the program RSCONN01 which sends the mails from

SCOT transaction to external mail.

Just to make sure the workitems are send properly to external

mail id’s you can create a job with 2 steps first with program

RSWUWFML2 to get executed and program RSCONN01 to be executed

next.

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