So far, I couldn't find an explanation regarding why the Messaging method is not working as expected when scheduled with an autoflow.
However, I found a workaround.
I've changed the schedule and made it through APEX and the Schedule APEX Class UI in Salesforce and now it is working as expected.
In case someone arrives to this question looking for an answer, ...
If you want to execute action only when the Due Date is edited, select "Formula evaluates to true" for Criteria for Executing Actions* and the formula should be something like-
(ISCHANGED([Loan_stock__c].Due_date__c) && !ISNEW() //if its not a new record
Include other criteria's as well(which you have mentioned above in question) in ...
I hope this is what you are looking into! If your requirement is as below,
Create a new template with the below HTML code.
update the respective data-label with your desired description of the content block to be placed.
You can add additional tr as much as content blocks you need. [keep in mind that more than 8 blocks, might clip in Gmail!]
Typically what you would do is:
Define a general –or specific– purpose email address on your email server, e.g.: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and setup an automatic forward to your email service long address.
You then register your friendly email address as a org-wide default email address in Salesforce setup.
Note: You will be ...
I would show/hide on the server level to help reduce the total size of your email and the related processing.
Set @CouponCode = AttributeValue('CouponCode')
Set @CouponDiscount = AttributeValue('CouponDiscount')
%%[if NOT EMPTY(@CouponCode) THEN]%%
<span class="span" style="font-size: 16px; line-height: ...
The core Send Email action doesn't support an arbitrary email address for the sender - the only possible senders are the user running the flow, the default workflow user, or an organization-wide email address.
Changing the Sender Type will change the default (the current user, as you're seeing) to one of the other possible sender types. The Sender Address ...
I haven't encountered this problem - however regarding "good practice" you have made the right decision to use a value that is not an email address for the recommendations.
The IGO identifies a user by whatever value you give it during the "Set User Info" call in the Collect Tracking Code configuration.
Note that "SubscriberKey" can sometimes render as an ...
In case, if someone facing an issue now(v47.0) We do have an alternate solution.
Please have those addError method in try-catch-finally block. Finally has higher preferences so it would execute anyway. Now you can publish a Platform event. Now write a platform event trigger which will have the code to send the email.
Following is the dummy code working:
When you schedule an email in SFMC, the following process is done:
Email Content (HTML and AMPScript from all associated content areas or other assets) is stored in a 'snapshot' at time of schedule.
All associated Properties (subjectline, preheader, deliveryprofile, audience,etc.) are stored inside job 'snapshot' similar to content
Although the Sendable ...
This will not send any emails to Community users. The records are simply replicated into your partial sandbox and the user's email will appended with .invalid.
Contact emails will not be changed, however, so those will need to be updated if you have any workflows or processes that may email them. Email Deliverability is set to "System Email Only" ...
It doesn't appear so in Lightning as I experience the same functionality you are seeing on accounts. This was in the Winter 20 Release Notes where it seems to give what you're asking for, but only on the email publisher on Cases in Service Console.
Looking at the documentation for sending an email from a record in Lightning, it doesn't seem to specify ...
Adding here as I spent a few hours trying to figure this same issue out last night. As this answer states, you do need to set up the send definition using REST API. You cannot use the UI to set up the send definition for transaction API driven emails. It's called out here: https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.noversion.mc-apis.meta/mc-apis/...
Go to Email Studio > Admin > Account Settings and find the Headers and Footers section. You can turn it on and off there:
Click on "Edit" and choose whether you want to use the system footer, your own or none.
One more place where you can enable/disable headers and footers, is Email Studio > Delivery Profiles > Default - in each deliver profile, you ...
This is not possible. Formula fields have no stored value - their values are calculated at the time of accessing the data. There is no change event to which you can react for formula fields.
You'd need to build your automation to react to changes to the fields that themselves drive the value of your formula field.
You could potentially implement "ignoring ...
Salesforce is aware of this, and I have been told a fix will be implemented, allowing you to use RedirectTo with an anchor tag in near future. Currently, you can have tracking parameters appended correctly with an anchor tag at the end, if you use standard links without RedirectTo, or use the dirty hack of jake314159
This is definitely hacky, but it has worked for me in the past. You'll need to open a ticket with SFMC Support to request an update to your WAC string, so that the very last parameter name in your query string can be used your very last Additional Email Attribute. So if you already have and use 5 AdditionalEmailAttribute's, then this solution won't work.
I ran into this on our fresh instance of the NPSP. I got the same useless error message when I followed documentation to send the acknowledgment email.
I figured out that the "Opportunity Email Acknowledgment" Workflow Rule was Disabled by default.
• Go to Classic Setup and do a search for "Opportunity Email Acknowledgment".
• Select the ...
You do this with Auto-Response rules:
Setup --> Case Auto-Response Rules
You can check here to see if you have any existing rules. You can create a new rule and then rule entries. The entries act in an order and when the incoming case comes in it goes through these until it ...
You can prevent the additional of Web Analytics Connector (WAC) for that specific link and manually add the anchor and tracking.
%%[ set @URL = "https://mywebsite.com?utm_campaign=xxx&utm_medium=email#page-anchor"
Set @Link = Concat('<a href=',@URL,' alias="Link">Link Test</a>')
You could leverage an approval process for this. You probably don't want it to exist on the Opportunity itself, rather on a related Commission record.
You'd need automation to kick off the approval process when the Oppty entered Closed-Won, but that shouldn't be terribly hard.