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We have a process that when a new user is created they are emailed their username and apssword. If the user is in an Admin Group they are then sent an email with some PDFs attached to email with instructions on how to manage user accounts.

Currently we have a powershell script that creates a new email and attaches the documents and sends the notification out. That is now not working correctly after upgrading to 2019.

Is it possible to do this same thing using the native Adaxes interface? I know you can send emails, but am unable to see where it could attach files to the email?

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no such possibility using the native Adaxes interface. To send email notifications with attachments, you need to use a PowerShell script with the Send-MailMessage cmdlet.

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