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For debug purposes, you can do a few things. First is to use the Send-MailMessage cmdlet. This is an alternative to using telnet to test SMTP functionality. If neither of these work, I would take a look at the SMTP server logs. Those logs may show that the SMTP server is dropping the mail due to access permissions (perhaps scoped IP range on a receive ...


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Sending SharePoint 2010 alerts to an Exchange distribution list. Create the distribution list/group in Active Directory and assign an email address. Do not use any dashes "-" in the group name. Edit the properties of the group to change its Group Type to Security (from Distribution). Make sure the group is a Universal group. Only security groups show up in ...


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You can create Alert on list. So, whenever anyone update item notification will automatically send to particular user. To create Alert on SharePoint list please check this.


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Make sure that your SharePoint server are registered for smtp rely to send the emails. Also check if there is any firewall blocking issue between SharePoint and new smtp servers. Try to send the email on SharePoint servers using command-line Also enabled verbose logging and check the uls log to get the clue why it is not sending email.


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We faced a similar issue today, all the O365 workflows (sending emails and tasks creation) suddenly stopped working showing the below mentioned error message (Error: SmtpException while sending email: System.Net.Mail.SmtpException: Mailbox unavailable. Access denied, tenant has exceeded threshold.) Our O365 administrator mentioned that 'Microsoft confirmed ...


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You need to configure the outgoing email settings inside Central Administration. Following guide should assist you! https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/34167.sharepoint-2016-outgoing-email-configuration-settings.aspx#Configure_using_the_Central_Admin You may also take a look at the following thread:- https://social.technet....


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You would need to make a "shadow" field which you compare to see if an email has been sent already. So create a boolean field called MailSent, default it to "No". Now change your flow to make it only send mail if the field is equal to "No" - and when that is the case set the field value to "Yes".


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I guess you can create a simple workflow to send the email when the form is modified. In order to send email, you can refer this answer.


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It can't be done. This behavior is hard coded. Your only option is to adjust the parameters of an Exchange Receive Connector (or what ever mail server you're using) to accept these emails, or create a new RC to accept these emails.


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You can't, at least using an SPD workflow. You could always as VS workflow, or write a custom workflow action in VS. See more here. Update (2 June 2016) : Although i was agree till yesterday that its not possible as its totally controlled by SharePoint, however i am pleased to share that we have resolved this issue through making tweak on exchange server ...


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If you are using IE11, you will need to add the CA site into your Compatibility View settings list. IE11 doesn't play nice with UPA by default. The dropdowns should re-appear after this., now it works fine


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open SharePoint center admin. Click on Manage service applications. Click on User Profile. then click on Manage User Profiles then Find your user Name Right click on your User & Edit My Profile. Edit user Profile & save it.


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I have SP 2010 and the alert emails do not look any different from the 2013 ones, unless I am misunderstanding your question. It is one of those things that Microsoft never updated or improved from 2010 to 2013.


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You have to make sure that your SharePoint server added into the Exchange relay. So that they can process outside domain address. In Exchange Server, If anonymous Relay settings is not enabled, then you must add your WFEs in the relay list.? Make sure your ALL Sharepoint WFE's IPs are added in allowed Relays or Receive connectors in Exchange Server. ...


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Try this method: Without attachment using SPUtility. private Boolean SendEmail() { try { bool flag = false; SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges( delegate() { using (SPSite site = new SPSite( SPContext.Current.Site.ID, SPContext.Current.Site.Zone)) { using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb(SPContext.Current....


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Most probably the problem does not come from the SharePoint configuration, but from the SMTP relay you use. Do you use IIS 6.0 as the local SMTP? Does it then forward the email to an Exchange server or else? The local SMTP relay or the Exchange server configurations have to be investigated first.


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Actually, the easiest solution is to just rename the TITLE of whatever subsite the List lives in that your workflow is sending from to whatever you wanna show up in the email sender field! It (probably) won't break anything because the URL can stay the same.


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No need of workflow, just setup alerts as below: 1) Go to the SharePoint library or list where you want to set the alert. If you’re looking at a view of the list or library on another page, you may have to click the title of the list or library first. For example, you may have to click Documents first to go to the Documents library. 2) Click Library or ...


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Your code is quite right, my guess is that your problem is in the html who calls the method. HTML <input type="button"id="sendMail" value="Send Email"/> javascript $(function() { $("#sendMail").click(function() { //var getAppWebUrlUrl = decodeURIComponent(utils.getQueryStringParameter("SPAppWebUrl").replace("#", "")); var ...


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Finally this issue resolved in SharePoint 2016 Novemebr 2017 CU. Some SharePoint features impersonate end users when sending email to personalize the message. For example, when a user requests access to a site, SharePoint will set the "From" address of the email notification as the user who made the request. Some SMTP servers may block ...


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We can send these notification using jquery. Below is the function for the same. sendEmail: function (webUrl, from, to, cc, subject, body, success, failure) { var urlTemplate = webUrl + "/_api/SP.Utilities.Utility.SendEmail"; $.ajax({ contentType: 'application/json', url: urlTemplate, type: "POST", async: false, data: JSON.stringify({ ...


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Try to go through this logic: Create a new variable as date called Today then set it to Current Date. (for calculating 5 weeks) Create a new variable as date called Today_weekly then set it to Current Date. (for calculating weekly) Create a new variable as boolean called 5weeks as then set it to No and (for tracking 5 weeks) Use loop to Loop with condition ...


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You can use the Loop with condition to create a repeatedly Reminder that will run weekly while the Roster Date is blank as the following: For the detail steps, check SharePoint Online Notification if list item is not complete


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There are couple of things to configure for Outgoing email. make sure you enter proper url of the exchange / SMTP server Enter the correct port number (i.e. 25) if you dont configure the TlS 1.2 in your environment then select No for TLS. Make Sure your SharePoint server register properly with Exchange / SMTP relay ( if they not then email will not go out.) ...


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There is likely a restriction on the mail server which is preventing you from relaying from your SharePoint servers to your mail server (e.g. they have added specific allowed IPs in a receive connector). You can test this in two ways: Send-MailMessage This will use Windows PowerShell to test email. Make sure to run this on your SharePoint server. ...


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No, this isn't possible as this value is set by Microsoft.


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Please check if you have end your workflow properly. It seems workflow is loops indefinite time and sends you email


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Make Sure whether all web application cannot send alert email . Two points need check : CA --System Settings --Configure outgoing e-mail settings . check the SMTP server was configured correctly . CA --Application Management -- Manage web application --select your web application and click General Settings --outgoing e-mail , verify the settings is ...


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I faced similar problem in the last few weeks. SharePoint 2013 are using currently logged on users account to send invitation e-mails and if the user who logged on SharePoint has no permissions to send e-mail using relay, e-mail will not be sent. So I guess your farm account has relay permission and able to send e-mail but users not. Here is my question ...


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To investigate this issue, You should first be aware of By default, the Share option will be only available for Site Collection Administrators regardless the Outgoing Email settings is configured or not. Once you have configured Outgoing Email settings, the Share option will be available for all users. Only the users with Manage Permission will be able to ...


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