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I am setting up a scheduled task that will disable expired accounts and move them to a specific OU. I'd also like to send the results to my manager.
Would including "Operation: %adm-OperationDescription%" in the send email action list out all the accounts that were disabled and moved or is there a another attribute that will display it in a nicer way?

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As far as we understand, you would like to get a report on all the user accounts that were disabled and moved on each Scheduled Task run and send the report to a certain e-mail. Is that correct?

If that's correct, currently this cannot be done, but that's a good suggestion. We've added it to our TODO list. It will be available in one of the nearest releases.


ok, Thanks!

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