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Don't concatenate, work with the individual fields. In the workflow, create a string variable MyVar. Set the value of the variable with the String Builder. Inside the String Builder use the "Add or change Lookup" button to perform the lookup for the first selection field. type a semicolon repeat steps 3 and 4 for all selection fields, but don't add a ...


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You can use the action of wait for a field change and then test your condition.


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No out of the box solution. You need to create custom solution for the same like Timer job or Visual Studio workflow. PFA url to create and deploy timer job. http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/634208/Create-and-Deploy-Custom-Timer-Job-Definition-in-S


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You could try using the html element to specify the base url to be used with the relative urls. You would be dependent on the email client to implement the base element.


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This behavior seems to be by design, it's supposed to work with alternate access mappings, but emails are clearly not considered. There's a function in SharePoint Rich Text Editor JavaScript that strips the domain, so if you switch to plain text, your HTML source will not be modified. See this Q&A as well Absolute URLs converted to Relative URLs when ...


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I already have an if statement - Workflow 2: If Current Item: 2Item equals Yes, then email Current Item; Created By, then stop the workflow and log. Workflow 3: If Current Item: 3Item equals Yes, email me.


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I was able to assign a task by following the steps as mentioned in the below image. Set the variable in step-1 to the email address you got from the web service.


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Sure you can, SharePoint Provide the next method using C# SPWeb.SiteUsers.GetByEmail("jhon@contoso.com") This will return you a SPUser object, so your code should be like SPUser oUser = SPWeb.SiteUsers.GetByEmail("jhon@contoso.com"); :) I Hope it helps you


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Instead of using the server name as the domain name of your incoming email, use an Internet one. Let's say your company domain name is company.com: Register sharepoint.company.com (or anything else) as an MX entry in DNS. Make it point to your company mail server On the mail server (let's assume Exchange), create a connector to route all emails sent to ...


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Searching users in powershell would return two users for some people. Using the cmdlet: Get-SPUser -web http://somesite.com | ?{$_.DisplayName -eq "john doe"} Results: UserLogin DisplayName --------- ----------- i:0#.w|domain\john-doe John Doe DOMAIN\john-doe John Doe The email address ...



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