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I am sending mass emails to leads using Receiving_User.Name related to record is "Campaign". But name is not showing. I am new to sales force.

I am using following line in "Text email template" not "html".

Dear {!Receiving_User.Name},

Any help will appreciated.

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    Please include a relevant excerpt of your email template and/or code that is sending these emails in your question by making an edit. You can format code by selecting it and pressing Ctrl-K or clicking {}.
    – David Reed
    Dec 28, 2018 at 14:02
  • Since you want to send to Leads, you need to reference the Lead object, not Receiving_User. See Salesforce Help for general explanation of how email templates work. Dec 29, 2018 at 1:45

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{!Receiving_User} and {!Sending_User} fields are used to target the actual user records. In communities, it targets the respective contact record. So it won't work in a case where lead records are the recipients.

You can check the list of user records by navigating to Setup | Manage Users | Mass Email Users

Administrators and users with the “Manage Users” permission can use Receiving User merge fields for email templates to reference the recipient of the email.

Reference - https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=merge_fields_email_templates_cex.htm&type=5

On other note - The following types of merge fields are not supported in Lightning Experience email templates:

  • {!Receiving_User.field_name}
  • {!Sending_User.field_name}
  • {!BLANKVALUE(Contact.FirstName, "Valued Customer")}
  • {!Contact.FirstName, Valued Customer} Campaign merge fields (can’t be used in list emails)
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  • In short you are saying that this is not possible?
    – aBilal17
    Dec 28, 2018 at 19:16

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