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Upgrade to Dynamics 365 Online Version 9.0.2.751
This blog article describes how to proceed if you will be upgraded to the Dynamics 365 Online version 9.0.2.751.

Define default sender using the ActivityTools Signature Editor
This blog article outlines how to change the default sender of the emails using the AT Signature Editor.

Licensing Guide for Microsoft Dynamics 365
This blog article is intended to guide you through the usage of the License Manager for Dynamics 365. The License Manager allows you to manage your existing licenses and is part of the MSCRM-ADDONS installation.

Recap: Summit EMEA in Dublin
Thank you for joining us at Summit EMEA in Dublin! It was a pleasure for us to be part of such a great experience!

Recap: eXtreme365 in Dubrovnik
The eXtreme365 event in Dubrovnik, Croatia exceeded all our expectations. To begin with, we would like to thank you for giving us your precious time and attention! It was a great pleasure meeting you at our booth!

ActivityTools - How to make custom activities available
This blog article outlines how to make custom activities available.

ActivityTools for Dynamics 365 - Extended Features
This article outlines how you can activate extended features of ActivityTools. Steps described here can be necessary after installing ActivityTools from Microsoft AppSource or after an update to a newer version of AT.

How to enable debugging for ActivityTools in MS Dynamics 365?
This blog article outlines how to activate debugging for ActivityTools. Please note: The included information refers to Microsoft Dynamics 365 only!

Default Sort Order for ActivityTools
When set up by default configuration, ActivityTools sorts activities by a specific order. This article outlines how this default order works.