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Sounds like Alerts are turned on for the list. You can check the subscriptions by going to the Manage Alerts page. You can navigate there by going to: Site Settings > Site Administration > User Alerts The address though is just YOURSITEURL/_layouts/15/sitesubs.aspx


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I get the same error and I can't solve it completely. There are very few hits on Google too... What I am trying to do is : -send an automated e-mail to a series of recipients whenever someone answers a survey - use lookup to quote the respondent's survey answers in the body of the email I get this error even though I didn't copy/paste anything and used ...


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Posting as an answer... Use a people field in stead of a lookup field. You can then retrieve the email address from the user indicated.


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Your CSS styles are not properly coded to make the fonts in the correct place. You have only added styles for Image not for the lists on the right side. it would be better if you create a table and add the images in one column and the text on the next column.


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Putting the html directly into your email like this WON'T WORK: Instead, you need to create a string variable to hold your html, including any fields you want to include (with no spaces anywhere in the html) and use that variable in the email:


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If you would like to customize the email body with html using SPD, I would suggest selecting Advanced Properties on the email action and add your HTML template into the body section.


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You can simply add the list data from ADD or Change Lookup button after the below email template body.Pleas see below image. This is the example where i added few list column names with their values coming from list. UPDATED You can see below image to get better idea. You can get the item values from another list as well.


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SharePoint cannot email itself. It adds an X-Mailer header into the message that prevents message loops. SharePoint Cannot Send Mail to Itself


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I wouldn't do this with workflow, I would do this in a PowerShell script that runs on the server, set it up in a Task Scheduler, and let it run every Monday. The script would kick off the workflow that you want, or alternatively use the PowerShell script to compile and send the email instead of the workflow.


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The OOTB way to do this would be to create your workflow as you want it and add a stage at the end. In this stage put in a Pause action. You can set this for 7 day (or 168 hours). For your Transition to stage, have it redirect back up to the first stage. The downside of this would be that you have to manually start it that first time on Monday. It would ...


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We have been using Cloud2050.com's Exchange to SharePoint connector. It is a cloud based service and very easy to set up. You can set up multiple connectors and it can automatically parse out content from email and enter into SharePoint as data.


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You can use alerts, but the email will not be customizable. It will only be a notice that the status changed from "pending" to "approved" or "denied". Just add a column with the above 3 choices and with pending being the default. Create a view of the calendar with status not equal pending. Set alerts on this view for each of your contributors. But I ...


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Creating workflow: Open SharePoint designer 2013 Open your site Go to Workflows Click 'List Workflow' on ribbon and select your list Add 'Send email' action The following block will be added to your workflow: Configure 'Send email' action to use assigned to field for determining recipient emails. Also define the body block for the letter. You can use ...


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The OpenBinaryStream method of Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.File should return the file's stream: var fileStream = attachment.OpenBinaryStream(); ctx.ExecuteQuery(); You can also use the OpenBinaryDirect method: var fileInfo = Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.File.OpenBinaryDirect(ctx, attachment.ServerRelativeUrl); var fileStream = fileInfo.Stream; ...


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From my point of view your best choice is create a custom Timer Job who will execute every day o once on a week... etc (totally configurable). The code you could use will be like this: var header = new StringDictionary(); header.Add("to", "to@mail.com"); header.Add("from", "custom_mail@mail.com"); header.Add("subject", "your subject"); header.Add("content-...


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Just resolved my problem. If you want to send an email to user in person field, the recipient configuration should look like this:


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Just provided an update on my previous answer here. Please give it a try once as it worked absolutely fine for us.


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You can't, at least using an SPD workflow. You could always as VS workflow, or write a custom workflow action in VS. See more here. Update (2 June 2016) : Although i was agree till yesterday that its not possible as its totally controlled by SharePoint, however i am pleased to share that we have resolved this issue through making tweak on exchange server ...



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