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You don't have to use workflow, if you don't want to. Start with a fresh SharePoint task list, and configure it to send e-mail to assignees. You can name the task list the way you want and add site columns according to your needs. No workflow is needed.


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There is a Timer Job named "Disk quota warning" which defaults schedule is to run weekly. Since the last run, you will continue to receive these e-mails until the Disk quota warning-timer job runs again. To get rid of these email, navigate to Central Admin > Monitoring > Timer Job Definitions to find this timer job, and click on the Run Now-button. If your ...


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Their is no OOTB way to setup alerts on the timer job. You can use the 3rd party tools which is best way, to montior the sharepoint farm. We are using the SCOM from MSFT. Other way is write some piece of code which parse the Server Application log and report when an event related to failure occur. Or write a powershell script and schedule it as per your ...


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with SharePoint 2010 and 2013 out of the box features, it is not simple to select custom recipients, AD users, personalize templates and mail merge information from multiple lists. If you are not willing to use complex SharePoint Workflows or waste time for coding, the possibilities are quite limited. In this case I would recommend to use a 3rd party tool, ...


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looks like this is a noted bug a year ago. their is workaround for this. Setting SharePoint Alerts on Active Directory Security Groups I'm suggesting that you try adding the AD group by giving it permissions directly to see if SharePoint will recognize it like a user. As I said, alerts are designed to work with users, not groups or distribution lists. If ...


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You can try to type NT AUTHORITY\AUTHENTICATED USERS. it will show that as no result but ignore it and it should be fine. Refer to this.



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