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There is a SharePoint solution that fits your requirement - EnovaPoint's JungleMail: http://www.enovapoint.com/junglemail/sharepoint-group-email/ This one is designed to send newsletters and has a history feature, if you enable it, all sent emails are logged. If you meant to use it to send news from certain SharePoint list, JungleMail can do that, you can ...


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Well in the end, after trying every possible solution, I had to resort to rebooting the SharePoint server. Sure enough, this fixed the problem! This was a development server. But if it was a live server rebooting wouldn't have been an immediate option. Although I managed to resolve the problem, the underlying cause of the problem is still not understood - ...


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If you want to choose the multiple value you will run into a SharePoint limitation. Basically SharePoint Designer isn't smart enough to figure out that you have multiple values and will only give you the first one (hopefully this will get fixed sometime in the future). A workaround might be to make 2 fields and call them primary and secondary. Then it is ...


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You can add custom action to the list callout according to this article. In a nutshell: function myCallback() { var link = window.location; // for current item you can probably get this from renderCtx, can't test right now var emailSubject = "email subject" // Here you can add article title, or just static string window.location = ...


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This old question might be the same problem/solution. The Share with email does not use the farm settings as it sends as the currently logged in user, e.g. Joe has shared a site with you. You might need to open up your relay(if using exchange) to allow this send as behavior. "Share with" e-mail invitations not being sent even though all other ...


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It was the silly one. The SMTP server i was using turned out to be wrong. Getting confused between many different environments i picked up the wrong SMTP server.


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I had come across this issue not too long ago. I was able to find what was causing it in my case. From what I've seen it happens with 2010 workflows and not 2013. If you go to the list/library that is triggering the workflow and go to List ribbon -> Workflow Settings. From here you should be able to see the different workflows associated with this list. ...


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This was answered in Stackoverflow by "Mayo": http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1796875/sharepoint-send-an-email-to-users-specified-in-a-field I have limited experience with SP Designer workflows, but have you tried the email action with "Workflow Lookup" selected in the To field? This allows you to use specific fields from the submitted list ...


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There is no limit officially suggested by Microsoft on the number of Email recipients. (Check this) But, still if the recipients have not received the email. You may want to look for following, Whether none of the receipient received the mail or its just few of them. They may want to check the Junk folder :) There could be firewall issues(blocking the ...


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Found out the error myself which turned out to not be code related at all. Was using a 3rd party program called smtp4dev which hosts smtp service and catches all mails sent, useful for testing. Not so good for special characters though. Switched to real smtp server for testing, characters came out fine.


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Yes, you can configure outgoing email per web application. Navigate to "Manage web application" from central administration -> Select a web application -> Clcik on the General settings DROPDOWN from the top ribbon and you can set the outgoing email settings for the web application there. You still need to have your default farm level settings in place. ...


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Yes, You can. Go to the Central Admin > Application management > Web Application >Manage Web Application Click on the Web Application(which email address you want to change) and from Ribbion Click on the Setting Drop down and Hit Outgoing-Email. On Pop up you can enter outgoing email address.


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After serious investigation I fear there is no such option when limited to JavaScript. An attachment cannot be added directly to an e-mail. An alternative would be to add the URL of the document you want to send to the body of the e-mail.


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Change following line var ret = ctx.CurrentItem.Body + "<b>" + "<button onclick=\"sendEmail('" + vesselName + "','" + charterer + "','" + nextDueDate + "'");\">Send Email</button>" + "</b>" ; return ret;



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