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CMS-XML Reset password form from email customization
SBM 10.1.3
CMS-XML "All" email links still visible on print forms
SBM 11.3.1
CMS-XML Reset button in the email sending form highlights all the users
SBM 2009 R1.03
CMS-XML Clicking the Reset button on the Send E-Mail form gives javascript error
SBM 10.1.2
CMS-XML No localisation possible for "template" in the "send email" form
SBM 11.8 Patch 1
CMS-XML Not possible to add an external recipient to e-mail message sent from a transition form
SBM 11.2
CMS-XML Notes section for -Email Response are not accurate for all form of E-mail Responses
SBM 11.3
CMS-XML After upgrade to SBM 10.1.4 and above all the notes and emails have the html rendered
With 10.1.4, and the introduction of the Rich Text Editor for SBM, upon upgrade all notes will have html rendered. If this is an issue and you need to see the html code in emails or notes in its raw form then you need to switch this off.
CMS-XML SBM 11.4.1 Hotfix 1: Repository gives error 500, Exchange web services, multi select values empty, blank form when SetFieldValue, Oracle max list is 1000
DEF321205: Application Repository fails to start and gives error 500 DEF321255: Mail Client using Exchange web services no longer working after upgrade to SBM 11.4.1 DEF321327: Multi Selection Fields do not get populated correctly and become empty
CMS-XML How to setup SBM to accept email submit of new items (SBM 10.1 and above)
Check the form being used by this transition. Make sure that important fields are not read-only. For example, if you plan to save the subject line from the email into the Title field of the SBM item, make sure that Title is not read-only.
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