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the best solution to solve this is to create a new file based on the stream, headers and parameters of the e-mail. Delete the original file SPEmail file. It is not possible to remove attachments of the SPEmail nor adding files to it. The only possible way is write to original message to a new file. Microsoft does it the same way within the timer service. ...


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Workflow: Create a workflow in SharePoint Designer which sends email to the user mentioned in the list field. Use Send an Email activity in the designer and the url of the item can be embedded in the mail body by appending the ID of the added item with list display form. Example: /DispForm.aspx?ID=1 Event Handler: Write ItemAdded event handler and send the ...


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You can create Email enabled security goups. You can then use that security group for permissions and send emails to it. We've done this in several instances over the course of my SP career. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123521(v=exchg.150).aspx


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First of all Security Groups don't have an associated email address. Hence it is not possible to sent emails to Security Group. You should use a Distribution Group. SharePoint treats ADGroup as an SPUser object. Hence there is no problem with assigning permissions. Update Thanks Eric - You can enable email on Security Groups using below script ...


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SharePoint does not provide any specific action to send email with attachment...the workaround is to embed the document link into the email body and send the email. please refer this link. http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/t/204397.aspx Thanks.


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You could go to the document and choose the option to share it with the person you intend to. In this way he will be able to see the file. There is no way to attach it to the email directly. You can either save the document to your local machine and attach or send the link to the user and at the document properties you make sure to share the document with ...


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How do you have the "To" field configured? Is it a lookup? I'm not 100% on that specific error but it's possible the system can't find who to send the email to.


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This will be hard to implement in a workflow. Because of two issues Get the list of emails - The main reason is to get all items, which require some kind of loop. In 2010 this is not supported out of the box Run every day and sent emails (I am not sure about how frequently you want this to execute. For #1 above we can solve it using some workarounds are ...


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One way to solve this is with a secondary workflow that waits 3 days and sends a reminder, waits another 4 days, sends a reminder, etc. You can have a parallel action that waits until the field has a value and then stop the workflow. http://markeev.com/Articles/item-expiration-reminders-in-sharepoint-using-workflow.aspx ...


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There are two issues of note to consider when troubleshooting email issues. In both on-premises and SharePoint Online installations, ensure that all addresses on the To: and Cc: lines are valid email addresses. In on-premises installations, ensure that email settings on the server are configured correctly. Review the following to ensure that you have ...



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