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Please try to clear the config cache followed this knowledge base article, restart the SharePoint Timer and wait for the effect. KB Article by MS You can also run the following query against the Web Application content database to determine if there is an orphaned item in the table. Select * from SecheduledWorkItems where ID=’GUID’ If the item and ...


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*edit Add a field to the list titled User Name, with a field type of Person or Group, and select Account from the Show field: dropdown. Create a SharePoint Designer workflow to update the list when an item is added or changed. workflow settings - update the Start Options to start when an item is created and changed. put your cursor inside of Step 1 and ...


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I found the solution. It was a error in Exchange Server. The Echange Server can't manage to send a lot of emails, wchich I tried to send. I sended to much emails for my Echange Server, and it not can manage with sending me a lot of amails. I don't know Why, but they was on Echange bufor, but not sending


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there are 3rd party options available for this Free Web Part: News Ticker Web Part in SharePoint 2013 SharePoint Newsletter Also check this option: ...


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I tested in my test farm, where i shut down the exchange server, I noticed immediate alert job runs and no email going as nothing is there. After 15 min i turn on the exchange server and i noticed all old emails gone. SO no pending alerts waiting for me.


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Try including the inline CSS to the body of the email. Use the max-width property for images inside the body's div. For ex. if you blog post body's div has a class 'ms-BlogPost' add css as: <style type='text/css'> div.ms-BlogPost img {max-width: 600px; } </style>


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The first thing to do is to check whether the email is actually being sent. Go to your Exchange server and enable queue logging to track mail passing through the system. Next, fill out the form to send to a known account you have access to and click submit. Go back to the Exchange server and check the queue log. If your email arrives in the next minute or ...


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Find the library where the form is saved at, click on the "DOWN" arrow next to its name to open the drop-down menu and then click Send To -> Download a Copy. Now you will have a copy of your form on your computer. Open it in Infopath Designer to edit it. In the right-hand side you will have access to all the fields. See what email address the "Submit" button ...


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Turns out that entering [created by] instead of [Created by] worked... #SharePoint


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Here is my suggestion: Create a Custom Action, either through SharePoint Designer or Visual Studio. The Custom Action should call a JavaScript function that starts a workflow that marks the folder as approved / rejected. The custom action can pass tokens to your JavaScript function ({ItemId} is the only token that works for me from SharePoint Designer). The ...


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Where are you entering the email addresses? Is it a column in a list? The best column type to use is Hyperlink, prefixing your email address with mailto: instead of http:// for websites Is it in a Content Editor Web Part? If so, there should be a link button in the toolbar for the text area you are typing in. Highlight the text to be clicked and click ...


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If the document creator's e-mail doesn't work, the best way would be to make the creator or an intermediate processor enter the manager's e-mail address in a specific field -- then you can pick their e-mail out of the correct field regardless of if they were the last to edit it or not.


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In a 3-state workflow, when modifying workflow properties, you can see the following options: define, what happens when workflow is triggered define, what happens when workflow is in the middle On first stage, when workflow is triggered, you have the option to select who will be the person to receive and complete the task ('Creator' or 'Editor' of the ...



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