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Integration E-Mail Service with SAP BC


I'm new in this forum and i'm not shure if i choose the right place for my post...

I'm trying to implement a Service, who reveive an email. The input data for the service is stored in an attachement in .csv format.

I started with the definition of the email port. I've specified the host name of my pop3 Server and the defined user with password. If i try to enable the port i receive the message

Failed to start [B2BSERV.0070.9003] Enable failed: Could not log into account

My definitions:

Email Client Listener Configuration


Package Name test_smtp

Server Information

Host Name

Type POP3

User Name

Password *****

Time Interval (seconds) 60

Port (optional) 110

Log out after each mail check No


Run services as user

Require authorization within message Yes

Message Processing

Global Service (optional) unspecified

Default Service (optional) unspecified

Send reply email with service output No

Send reply email on error No

Delete valid messages (IMAP only) Yes

Delete invalid messages (IMAP only) Yes

Reprocess invalid messages (IMAP only) No

Set processed messages to be unseen (IMAP only) No

Multithreaded processing (IMAP only) No

Number of threads if multithreading turned on 0

Invoke service for each part of multipart message Yes

Include email headers when passing message to content handler No

Email body contains URL encoded input parameters Yes

Have sombody some expierences with SAP BC and Email Services to give me a little hint?


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    Posted on May 06, 2004 at 08:36 AM

    Hello Michael,

    if you are talking about SAP BC you mean SAP Business Connector? If yes, you should check the SAP BC Administration Guide oder SAP Adapter Guide to get informations about the email listener.



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