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Your method expects an array of strings, but you are passing in a single string. Also, the first line of your method overwrites the value that was passed in (perhaps you added this because you were getting an error?) I would suggest changing the method signature to public static void Main(string args) and also removing the following line of code: args ...
I get a type mismatch error when attempting the proposed filtered view answer. I found an alternate solution: http://www.mysharepointadventures.com/2013/02/get-notified-whenever-a-sharepoint-workflow-fails/ and it works for all the workflows for a site instead of a specific list.
If you have developer knowledge, you can interrupt the email alerts, according to : http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepointdeveloperdocs/archive/2007/12/14/how-to-customizing-alert-emails-using-ialertnotificationhandler.aspx. We have used it to modify the email alert. The other solution is to filter them in exchange, but the exchange guy won't be very happy
the main point that fix my problem which occured after moving to new farm was the following Is your Exchange server allows SharePoint to Send Mails? In Exchange Server, If anonymous Relay settings is not enabled, then you must add your WFEs in the relay list.? M**ake sure your ALL Sharepoint WFE'**s IPs are added in allowed Relays or Receive connectors in ...
The best OOTB way will be creating Document Libraries for each which need different alerts. But in case if it does not meet the Business Requirement, you can go for a programmatic approach. You can create an event receiver and attach it to the document library. In the Item Adding event you can check the folder and send email if necessary using C# code.
OOTB way no way to setup the alerts at the folder level, Alerts scoped to the Document library. In You scenario, i would say create separate library for each group. But another option is problematically. here are two post guide you in this regard: ...
My solution is dependent on Workflow. Here is solution: Create a Content Type for the Helpdesk Create a Reusable Workflow for the Content Type Add Content Type to lists you wish and make it default Since you are using Content Type so you just need to attach it to the every list you want to behave in similar way.
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