When I put more than one address in here I get an error if I use a semicolon it will save but doesn't email the second address. I have set my automation to use a separate action for each email address but thought that was cumbersome to manage. What might I be doing wrong?
Using the below approach (semicolon and a space) should work just fine to specify multiple recipients.
If you face errors/warnings in this case, please, provide us with screenshots. You can post them here or send to us at email@example.com.
What about in scripts that use the $context send mail?
Have a look at the example in the method description: https://www.adaxes.com/sdk/ExecuteScriptContextClass/#SendMail_details. Your approach is absolutely right.
Say you have Manager A that has 30 users under them. Manager A leaves and Manager B takes the position. What is the best way to update all 30 users so their new manager is Manager B.
We set up a new hire form that has serveral custom text attributes that include pay rate, etc. These fields are routed to the correct departments via a PowerShell ... Is there anyway to prevent certain attributes from displaying in the approver request email?
We just busted our licence limit of 400, but we are only 320 employees. All the extras are either service accounts, external contractors accounts or old user accounts ... is reinstated on the 'managed accounts' list? Thank you for the guidance, Louis
I belive we may have opened a ticket for this question in the past but I can't find the answer. We have a need to delay changing user attributes until their ... title, and department until the scheduled date. Any help would be much much appreciated. Thanks!
So this works for us however we would like to add to check if the last group is at 3 users we would like to send a seperate email but would still like all the above to continue to happen the way it is.