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CMS-XML Notes section for -Email Response are not accurate for all form of E-mail Responses
Notes section for - Email Response are not accurate for all form of E-mail Responses
CMS-XML E-mail response no longer working in SBM10.1.5.1 with NTCR authentication
E-mail response no longer working in SBM10.1.5.1 with NTCR authentication
CMS-XML SBM E-mail Response Failed to Render Tag Error
ERROR QuartzScheduler_Worker-32 2017-01-06 14:02:02,487 [com.serena.sbm.ns.templates.FileTemplate] -- failed to render tag "EMAILRESPONSE" with parameters "[Approve, Email ]" for template "default.htm"
CMS-XML E-mail Approval Response consumes license
When the recipient of an email approval message clicks the URL to approve or reject a request, that user is not required to log in to transition the item; instead, the responses each contain a unique expiring token that is embedded in the URL, which grants the recipient the ability to execute the quick transition. The approval's email process is required to send request to the system and it should not consume the license.
CMS-XML Email parser - Adjusting the Matching Threshold for Fields and Values in E-mail Submit and E-mail Responses
Note the following: threshold.field is used for field names from the e-mail body like "Title" (if this is set to -1 then the whole functionality is turned off (see note below). threshold.user.displayname is used for a user's display name like "Administrator"
CMS-XML Email responses and transitioning items from notifications
Email responses and transitioning items from notifications
CMS-XML How to setup text Email Responses (with example to approve or reject an item)
How to setup text Email Responses (with example to approve or reject an item)
CMS-XML Email response – transition and state names in browser confirmation screen are not localized
Email response – transition and state names in browser confirmation screen are not localized
CMS-XML Email Response feature when mapping Journal field to Body results in two entries.
Email Response feature when mapping Journal field to Body results in two entries.
CMS-XML Using email response with required memo or journal field doesn't stop transition when nothing in email body.
Using email response with required memo or journal field doesn't stop transition when nothing in email body.
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