I just found the answer to my own question.
According to this thread, the EmailToSalesforce address can be found in the EmailDomainName column of the EmailServicesAddress table.
I ran the following query to get the info associated with the EmailToSalesforce address I was searching for.
Select Id, IsActive, LocalPart, EmailDomainName, AuthorizedSenders, ...
You can try Implisit. Implisit connects to your email server as well as your Salesforce, and enters all relevant emails and calendar events into Salesforce fully automatically, attaching them to Opportunities, Accounts, Contacts and Leads. Implisit can also automatically create new contacts from email interactions.
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You can try Implisit. Implisit connects to your email server as well as your Salesforce, and enters all relevant emails and calendar events into Salesforce fully automatically, attaching them to Opportunities, Accounts, Contacts and Leads. Implisit also automatically creates new contacts from email interactions.
DISCLAMER: I work for Implisit.
I recommend you look at Email Services:
Email services are special-purpose Force.com processes that use Apex classes to process incoming email messages. When you set up an email service, you generate a special email address on which Force.com will receive your emails. You also supply an Apex class adhering to a particular interface. The ...
My Mail to Salesforce gives you an email address that you can BCC in your emails. When you BCC this email address, it will try to relate the email to an existing lead, contact, opportunity, and other records based on your configuration. The email address never changes in that environment.
I recommend reading here for more information:
Salesforce Help: How ...
When I had that issue in the past, I created a trigger on the EmailMessage object that stripped off what appeared to be replies using regular expressions and then added a formatted comment to the case with the data (I wrote back around 2008 or 2009, so is a bit old..). I can try to find it if you would like to look
You need to use APEX Email service. You can use email services to process the contents, headers, and attachments of inbound email.
For example, you can create an email service that automatically creates contact records based on contact information in messages.
You can find example here Email Services in Salesforce with simple example
It appears that you missed something either in your your template or email messaging method. From the Email Class (Base Email Methods), you need to use the following in your code:
Optional. The default value is true, meaning the email is saved as an
activity. This argument only applies if the recipient list is based on
I've found a workaround. Turns out Description field has some information that is enough to determine if the Task was created via email-to-salesforce. Hence you can perform a simple check:
if ( Task.Description.contains('emailtosalesforce@') ) // doSmth();
I am also faced that same issue when a task is created Using Email To Salesforce.
So to fix the issue I moved my trigger code that is doing some operation on the basis of AccountId into a future method.
So now, whenever a task is created and WhatId, WhoId, or Account Id is blank, I am calling a future method from trigger .
See here to get more ...
There are two possible solutions to this:
Currently when emails are received in Salesforce (using email to case for example) - you have flexibility to assign to queues or users based on some rules, etc. - All emails are created in a record called EmailMessage. This contains all the usual fields you would expect (from, to, headers, dates, message ...