mpatel wrote:I need to add that my company is now using Exchange 2010, does that affect the SMTP connection? If so, how do I modify the code to make an NTLS connection instead? I believe that is what Exchange supports now.
mpatel wrote:1) An automated email gets generated and send from the CQ Server, this is triggered by the CQ Email Reader. No end-user will ever have to manually send an email using this account.
mpatel wrote:2) Other automated emails will be sent by the owner of the record or by CM. Example: When a record gets submitted, an automated email gets sent out FROM the owner, that a record has been submitted. So, there could a be a number of FROM individuals.
mpatel wrote:How do I use the Queue Delivery method??
mpatel wrote:Anyway -- I wanted to ask you about how flexible the email body can be as far as processing the perl variable. Currently, I have a date/time field in my email and I want to grab JUST the date portion. Can I do a conversion or anything like that in the body of the email? Is there a easy way to strip out just the date, like Date($start_date)....anything like that?
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mpatel wrote:I wanted to ask you about something else -- I just pitched this package to my VP of Systems Engineering and he loves it. I did mention your name and the presentation you gave and he was very happy about it. He did mention one thing...which was, Read-reciepts, is there a way to configure the package so it knows, if someone didn't respond or read an email, that another one is sent again? Kinda like a read-reciept.
mpatel wrote:In your PDF file you also mention EmailPlus -- What is that?
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