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Previous Due Date is a date time field that you should add to the list. This field is used by the workflow.


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Have you seen this: http://www.binarywave.com/blogs/eshupps/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=296 by Eric Shupps. He won't fix the e-mail, but he has a fix for the broken e-mail link. Short summary of the fix: Include a custom redirect control in the page using the AdditionalPageHead delegate control. This custom redirect control fires before the default redirect ...


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Looks like you have unique permission set on the List i.e user can see the items which they added. Workaround: Method # 1: Grant everybody in the list with read permission. Method 2: Create your own custom Workflow, which will send email on item adding / update item. Create an event recievre for it. Method 3: Try 3rd party tool i.e harePoint ...


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Actually, there's an out of the box list template for tracking issues, called Issues as you would expect, it provides most of the basic functionality you mentioned without any SharePoint Designer manipulations involved. What would be lacking in comparison with workflow solution is the ability to control the message format and contents and additional logic ...


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Would it work for you to create a View that shows the pending items and then create an Alert based on that view that will send weekly emails? http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/14185.sharepoint-2010-use-alerts-and-views-to-send-selective-emails.aspx Based on your comments, I am under the impression that you are trying to create a ...


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You can create a condition to check if the 'Status' is 'Pending' and send a e-mail with a workflow. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNxD82KiUhQ You can use this powershell and create a task of windows to run the workflow weekly $sourceWebURL = '<URL>' $sourceListName = '<List Name>' $TargetWorkflow = '<Workflow Name>' $spSourceWeb = ...


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I have the same problem in front of me. It looks like the Sandbox solution requires Visual Studio, so here is an alternative that truly doesn't require VS. The problem in a nutshell is that for whatever reason, SharePoint cannot handle multiple values being returned in a lookup. Therefore, the solution is to ensure that each lookup only returns a single ...


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It seems that for your particular case the OOTB email alerts is the easiest option. If you cannot see the option, maybe you need to configure alert settings for a Web application by using Central Administration: Verify that the user account that is performing this task is a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group. On the SharePoint Central ...


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If it is a Workflow Task list, then the OOB Alert feature should work nicely for this. Go to List > Settings > Advanced Settings > E-Mail Notification. It works with custom fields, too. If this is not your scenario, then I would use workflow. Regarding SharePoint Designer permissions: since you are a farm admin, add yourself as a site collection ...


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You can create custom timer job to monitor expire dates in document library and send alert email to customers. Guide to writing timer jobs in SharepPoint: https://www.simple-talk.com/dotnet/.net-tools/a-complete-guide-to-writing-timer-jobs-in-sharepoint-2010/ MSDN tutorial "How to: Create a Web Application-Scoped Timer Job": ...



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