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You are only using mailto: in you code, that means it is the Browser that formats the link, and some browsers won't It is better to set the ResultType to Number and create a full HTML element ="<a href=""mailto:'"& [Email] & "?subject=xxx&body=yyy'"">" Details for formatting the url: ...
This information pulled by the user profile. You have to check if user profile service configured and sync is working. Please run a full synv and then try again. You can pull the data from the user profile. something like this: please check this blog for more information
Looking at your code , the reason why you are getting red cross sqaure is either because the image source url is wrong or the image cannot be retrieved because authentication is not done/user not having permission on site. But in any case loading image from the site in email is not good approach as the images won't be available during offline viewing of ...
Could you not use the built in sharepoint utility: SPUtility.SendEmail(SPContext.Current.Web, false, false, "firstname.lastname@example.org", "subject", "body"); SPUtility.SendEmail Method
I can't think of an easy way to do this out-of-the-box that would keep the group 1 user from filling out the additional questions, and keep all of the information in one list. You could use the "Collect Feedback" workflow to get the additional information from the group 2 user. Or you could use "Create List Item" workflow step to copy the information into ...
I ran into same issue recently. I found out that When workflow instance that attached with list, workflow has multiple version. You can check it from workflow settings in the ribbon of the list. When I go deep down I found that those previous version have disabled new instance. you can check it in add or remove workflow section in workflow settings. When ...
I have found the problem ! Now, I have to find a way to bring it to Microsoft. Here is the explanation, maybe it will help someone out there. I am using SPD to create the workflow. When I click on the email action link, it opens the Email definition window, with a WYSIWYG tool to create the email to be sent. The problem is right there. The WYSIWYG ...
Yes, you must configure outgoing e-mail settings in Central Admin before you have the option to e-mail out or not when Sharing.
this might be a closed thread, but wanted to share the reason of the same error in my environment. We also had same issue - multiple servers (couple of them newly joined to the farm). Only workflows used to fail with the error "The e-mail message cannot be sent. Make sure the outgoing e-mail settings for the server are configured correctly". The reason was ...
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