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How to Configure Email on SAP ?

SAPconnect provides a direct connection to the Internet using the SMTP plug-in of the SAP Web Application Server. This enables you to send and receive Internet mails without the need for an additional external communication system, as well as faxes and text messages (pager/SMS). The SMTP plug-in is available for Internet mail as of SAP Web AS 6.10, and for fax and text messages (pager/SMS) as of SAP Web AS 6.20.

The purpose of this document is to detail the steps required to setup email from SAP with configuration of SMTP. See the step by step covered processes below:

  • Configure user ID email addresses [SU01]
  • Configure SMTP Node [SCOT]
  • Testing the email [So01]
  • Pushing queued messages manually [SCOT]

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Daily SAP Basis Activities Guide for Beginners

After reading this comprehensive material, you will get an overview for the most used SAP Basis Activities for the following processes;

  • Active Servers [SM51]
  • Work process overview [SM50]
  • User Overview [SM04]
  • Active Users [Al08]
  • System Logs [SM21]
  • ABAP runtime error/ ABAP dumps [ST22]
  • Client Administration
  • User Management [SU01]
  • RFC Destination [SM59]
  • System Profiles [RZ10]
  • Logon Group  (Logon Load Balancing) [SMLG]
  • Lock Entries [SM12]
  • Background Job management [ SM36] / [SM37]
  • Update Management [SM13]
  • Kernel Upgrade Step by Step

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SAP Basis Training Material

I’m sure this Basis tutorial document is a must for beginners. As it explains every bit of the daily used Basis transaction processes with details and screenshots. I’m not a Basis user but I think almost all daily used transactions are covered in this 72 pages document. Some of the covered transaction codes are:

  • SM02
  • SM28
  • SM59
  • SCCL
  • SCC1
  • SM50
  • SM12
  • SM21
  • PFCG
  • SU10
  • STMS
  • SE01/SE09/SE10
  • STMS
  • SSAA
  • SU01

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