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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 email script. When the new hire form is submitted, it kicks off an approval request email to one of our techs. The approval email includes all of the custom text attributes that include the new hires Pay Rate. Is there anyway to prevent certain attributes from displaying in the approver request email?

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Unfortunately, there is no such possibility. However, we are going to improve the display of approval request notification contents in future releases of Adaxes. For example, technical details (e.g. Normal account: Yes) will not be present.

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