April 20, 2021 at 11:10 am #69994
So we have yet another problem with the plugin and 365. This time we are getting the following error:
POST https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/sendMailresulted in a
404 Not Foundresponse:
“message”: “Resource could not be discovered.”,
“innerError”: (truncated…)April 20, 2021 at 11:18 am #69996TimModerator
There are a number of known problems with the Office 365 API extension, waiting on the developer to fix – but he is very busy.
What API permissions do you have set on your Azure app?
TimApril 20, 2021 at 11:25 am #69998
This is really becoming a joke now and affecting our agancy. We are following the instructions here:
There is nothing on this that gives any details about app permisions. Sorry but all we appear to hear back is the developer is very busy. So are we fire fighting this on what is starting to become a regular thing for our agnacy and our clients are not happyApril 20, 2021 at 11:29 am #70000yehudaKeymaster
I’m sorry but your issue is a configuration problem inside the office365 platform.
I don’t have the resources to support the plugin and every user-specific account setup inside office 3565.
1. try to check the guide again.
2. try SMTP setup, the extension use API instead of SMTP
3. try to contact Tim the moderator here, who is offering a base setup service but in your case, it will not be enough so can ask him for a price if he interested.
4. Try a premium paid plugin, you will get more 360 support.April 20, 2021 at 11:32 am #70002TimModerator
I’m sorry to hear that. I am not the developer, and am not paid by Post SMTP or the developer in any way – this is all entirely voluntary. The extension is also totally free of charge in fairness to the developer!
You need the permissions below:
- Delegated: Mail.Send.Shared
- Application: Mail.Send
If your agency is unable to wait for a fix, I would have to suggest looking at alternatives.
I hope this helps.
TimApril 20, 2021 at 3:32 pm #70033
You keep refering to this:
We can not see anything in the instructions about setting these permisions could you explain were we go please?
JimApril 21, 2021 at 1:30 pm #70212jarle smedvikParticipant
This error means that your app cant be reached by the plugin by the looks of it.
Are you getting any errors when trying to grant access to PostSMTP?
O365 is really annoying when it comes to the active redirect url. Make sure you’ve left a trailing slash after wp-admin.
Used this plugin for months and its great!
Please dont give the devs crap for stuff breaking, the plugin is litterly free.
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