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In order to send the email from SharePoint, You need an outboundSMTPServer. You can Install SMTP on the SharePoint server or use the exchange server to send the email. You also need to configure the outgoing email settings in SharePoint( using central admin or powershell.) ...


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Without knowing the environment details (o365 or on-Prem), here is one solution that can work on 2013 or o365. By using custom code! The link included in the workflow email will be directed to a custom page that have your javascript code embedded (i.e. Script Editor WP). The link should have the ID of the item you want to update, so for example, it will ...


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You need to add SharePoint designer workflow on the list. I am going with the per-requisite that SharePoint workflow manager is installed and configured. Open SPD --> Workflows --> Add list workflow --> Select the list --> Provide workflow name, description. Add new action --> Send an Email --> Modify the action --> For "To" field --> Workflow lookup for a ...


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It is very simple and easy to send an email from the SharePoint Designer. You would be required to select the Send Email option from the Action Menu as shown below. Once this option is selected a dialog box will be opened where you will be able to find options for the constructing the mail. Also in the To and CC fields you can select the members of the ...


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If the email you want to send is triggered by setting the assigned to field of a task or issue listitem, you can enable a (task or issue) list's Send e-mail when ownership is assigned option. ""Send email when ownership is assigned?" Due Date functionality


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There are several alternative approaches available to send Emails. General Email Sending method SharePoint Client Object Model (CSOM) SharePoint JavaScript Model (JSOM) Using general Email Sending method This is the usual method to send email in asp.net. There are advantages over the other two methods. Send attachments to the recipients Send emails to ...


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Being a newbie, I didn't know that I can get the email addresses directly through the REST call. What I was getting was the StaffId from the plain REST call I was making. I read up on some of the parameters like $expand and $select that could allow me to get to the person-group column details like email address, department, etc. This solved my issue. ...


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I an not sure how you are submitting the form. I am also doing the same thing but it sends the mail in background without opening any client email application. What i have done is : Click "Submit option" in "Data" menu In "Send form to a single desitnation" selected "Email" Created an Email data connection And used this connection as default connection. ...


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There is a known limitation related to send SPD workflow e-mails to AD groups. Basically AD groups are seen by SPD as a regular user... let's remember that AD groups have properties like e-mail, name, login and everything else. So, the SPD can't understand that you are trying to send e-mails to everyone inside that group. What you can do is create something ...


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You can create the group in SharePoint and send de email to the SharePoint Group. Let me explain. Understanding that you can not configure Exchange, I think there is no solution using AD groups. The alternative I propose is: create native sharepoint groups and associate users directly to SharePoint groups. I know that probably you prefer to manage AD ...


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i finally fix this after visiting below site in my case initial confirmation emails was sending but future change alerts were not allowing all sharepoint servers in the farm to relay email in Exchange server fix the problem you can also change the prefered Server for Timer service for each Content database in central admin (/_admin/CNTDBADM.aspx) also note ...


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Mails lands into Spam because... Every recipient server is different and may apply different spam filtering criteria for the messages being received. In most cases, recipient servers don't provide any information about spam filtering to the sender of an email that was filtered. It would give too much information to spammers who would use that data to get ...


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Add a hyperlink field, and use a workflow (run on create and change) to set the value of the field. In the workflow, set a variable equal to mailto:user@domain.com?subject=New Candidate&body=Job Title: [%Current Item:Job Title%]%0D%0AJob Number: [%Current Item:Job Number%]%0D%0ARef Number: Job-[%Current Item:ID%], Click to send email Then Set field in ...


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Yes, but without attachments (at least not easily). You can do this quite easily in SharePoint Designer workflows. Just draft a new workflow and create an initiation form variable that is of type string, and you can use that variable in your workflow.The workflow should have something easy in it like "Send an Email", which you will use the variable as the ...


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I've answered your initial question with a way to open an email they can edit. As for showing the person who triggered the workflow, your lookup would be Workflow Context and Initiator (as display name or email). Or you can use Created By or Modified By if those values work better for you.


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You could use a calculated column to build out the workflow link, since the only thing that changes in the workflow initiation page url is just the ID, you could add a calculated column, insert the link into a formula like this: =CONCATENATE("<a ...


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You can add a quick action button to the lists ribbon where a user can click to manually start a workflow. Do you have SharePoint Designer installed? If you do, head over to your list, and from the list ribbon, in the Customize List section select New Quick Step. This will allow you to create a new button in the ribbon, to start a 2010/2013 workflow ...



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