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Assuming you are talking about a SP2010 or SP2013 on-premise version. 3 options: create an event handler that captures the onAdded event on the document library. In the event handler check the file extension and convert the file if necessary create a custom workflow. Same principle as above but put the converting logic in a workflow. A workflow is easier ...


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I also had similar issue. The issue got solved by adding the 'Blog tools' webpart in the post.aspx page. Once I added this functionality it started working fine.


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I figured out how to do it. I added a column like this: <asp:TemplateField HeaderText=" " SortExpression="EmailAdress"> <EditItemTemplate> <asp:TextBox ID="txtEmailAddress" runat="server" Text='<%# Bind("EmailAddress") %>'></asp:TextBox> </EditItemTemplate> <ItemTemplate> ...


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I'm doing exactly the same thing as you describe. My scenario is that I have a list of about 400 subscribers and another list where new articles are created. To get the functionality you describe, use a SharePoint 2013 workflow and use the HTTP web service action to get the data from your subscriber list and iterate through. I followed this article in the ...


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Make a standard web link in the format mailto:user@domain.com


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As per my understanding, Showing a javascript alert to the user and getting a result from this would not be straightforward. For a workaround, You can add a checkbox in your list column saying "Send Email" . So if it is checked you can send email to other people.


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This is specific to Issues Lists and Tasks Lists. There is a setting the List Settings -> Advanced Settings that lists if you would like to email the assigned user upon creating the item. Picture is from 2007, but the same setting is across all versions. To answer your question, if you have a list that doesn't derive from the parent Tasks/Issues list, ...


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If you click the Add or Change Lookup button in the Define E-mail Message dialog, you can select the list that contains the email text as the Data Source. Select the Field which contains the text for the Field From Source. To find the list item, just choose ID for the field, and type in the ID for the item containing the email text. As for your second ...


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unless you have some strange set up, the email change should happen in Active directory. Sharepoint inherits that surely between 30min or max 24 hours (when the next incremental synch happens). It is not something you can do, you need to ask active directory people to update the email of this person.


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As you mentioned that, Alerts even not working on the list. So, Most probably the issue is with your SMTP configuration rather your workflow. I would recommend follow the instruction below technet and make sure you followed everything. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288949(v=office.14).aspx ...



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