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So you need to go through whole list. I would create two workflows, one to send emails and the other to trigger the first one. So Email workflow would work on Item created and the other one The trigger would do on Item update. For first workflow: Create list with columns User name/full name, column eMail that will be people picker (but choose work email from ...


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Even though the Group Managers description states "Enter user names, group names, or e-mail addresses in order to grant group manager permissions", you cannot use a SharePoint group. From TechNet: SharePoint Group[s are] defined at [the] Site Collection Level while [the] Term Store is defined at [the] Farm Level. Active Directory groups can be used, ...


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You can simply loop through all SPRoleAssignment in item.RoleAssignments. The Member property gives you the user (actual user or AD group) or the SP group, and the RoleDefinitionBindings gives you the associated role(s) for that member.


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Maybe creating AD group and than instead of a username you put AD group name. That is how we did this for alerts and some other notifications. and answer to your question is yes, you can send an email to group. here is a topic about it: Definitive answer to sending emails to SP Group from Workflow


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I found two solutions on this site: Accessing Group Permissions From PowerShell Using Reflection One solution is with powershell and other one with C#. Both methods use reflection so you should not use it in a production system, in other environments use it at your own risk. # inject fake context $site = Get-SPSite("http://intranet.contoso.com") $web = ...


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Maybe the group does not have any permission, run this to get the permission for the group: $urlWeb = "http://yourPortalUrl" $web = Get-SpWeb $urlWeb foreach($roleAssignment in $web.RoleAssignments) { write-host -foregroundcolor green "Group Name: "$roleAssignment.Member.Name "..." foreach($roleDefinition in ...


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This was a simple compatibility issue. I went to Tools, Compatibility View Settings, and Selected Add to add the website. That resolved the error and allowed me to add a group.


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You can set a group as a default group of the site. Doing this would make the group appear by default when a user requests permissions to the site. If you go to Group Settings, there is an option to set Group as default. You can also change the permission you give to a user by clicking on the ellipsis shown next to the user. Source: ...



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