Send SMS – Dynamics NAV


Hey Friends,

Today I am here to discuss as how to send SMS from NAV. Before I go further and discuss the Process I just want to let everybody know that it’s not something which is free but we need to buy some credits. 🙂 🙂

There are many ways to do this but I will show with the help of a Portal I.E.

Now first of all you need to do a Signup on this site and have your own Login and Password. Once you have your ID and Password and you are logged in you will have a look and feel of something like this.


Now as you can see you will have initially 0.00 credits which you need to buy some from Buy Credits menu. Once you have a credit you need to set-up an Email. Press Email to SMS and open the page.


Now you need to press Click here as highlighted above. Here you need to put in an Email which will act as a confidential email and will hold the senders ownership.


Now you need to enter the Email address and password here and press Update button. Update button will generate a SMTP authentication ID.

You are done with the settings. Now you need to send an email from this authenticated Email ID to someone like this :-

To – can add multiple recipients here)

Subject – Add the Password here which you wrote in the above screenshot. This one is for Authentication

Body – Your Message.

You can open Please read the help in the first screenshot to check further rules and guidelines.



Update FlowFields at Runtime – No Need to Refresh


Hey Friends,

I believe many of you have experienced a situation where you have added a FlowField to calculate say Sum of Quantities from the Sales Line for each and every respective Orders. Though the requirement seems very simple but every time you need to refresh the Page to see it’s effect if you are adding any new line to the Order. See the below Screenshot.

FlowField Calculation at Runtime

Every time you will add a new line you need to refresh the Page to get the Header values updated, But just adding a few lines of Code you can make FlowFields effective without even Refreshing the Page. It will reflect you at the Run-time only. Have a look on the below Screenshot.


You just need to add the above  piece of code which is actually affecting the FlowField, like in this case its Quantity of the Sales Line.

WshShell        Automation        ‘Windows Script Host Object Model’.WshShell

NOTE – You Don’t Need to do this for NAV 2016 as it’s been already handled there in itself. 🙂