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Sarah McGranahanSarah McGranahan 
For example: If our outside sales team member would like to include our tech support team member on an email, can they be carbon copied within Salesforce Engage? Thanks!
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Paulo GoncalvesPaulo Goncalves
Hey Sarah,
At the moment Cc/Bcc functionality in Pardot or Salesforce Engage is not there, but you can vote for the idea here
https://success.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=0873A000000E6ChQAK
 
Sam CarkhuffSam Carkhuff 
Is there a document that explains the process of unique reference IDs when using email-to-case? I need more information to satisfy a requirement/checkbox. I know there's a process to make sure these ref IDs don't overlap or repeat. I ask because several of our regulatory agencies use Salesforce as well and when they send emails it includes their ref #. If I understand how this string is generated, I will know how big of a risk it is that we will each have the same ref #s that would cause emails to get attached to the wrong case.
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Aleksandra RadovanovicAleksandra Radovanovic

That's correct, that will make sure that emails are going to the right case refernced in the Thread ID. However, you might see an issue with some emails not being attached to the case. That happens because checkboxes "Insert Thread ID in the Email Subject" and "Insert Thread ID in the Email Body" in the Email to Case setup process are not checked or the User replying to the thread forgot to change the address from the Case Owner to the Email to Case support address. If the latter happens, and the email is not changed then the response from the customer will be sent to the owner of the case and it won't be added based on a Thread ID.

Also, I've seen emails not being added to the Case because the person replying (e.g. customer) removed the thread ID from sbuject or the email body.  You can prevent that by making sure that you embed {!Case.Thread_Id} in your email template - at least that worked for me. I believe if you make sure that all the things are listed are covered, you should be good to go. Hope this information helps with the process and checkbox you're planning to implement!

Ed SarkissianEd Sarkissian 
I can't figure out why my sandbox Flow won't send emails when an approval process checks a box.
  • Email deliverability is on
  • I receive other emails (i.e. approval process)
  • The flow does fire when I manually check the box and have it do a field update instead. (can't check with approval process triggering it, as it locks the record)
  • I tried both an email alert and the "Send Email" action
What am I missing?  Is there a protection to prevent automation-triggered email alerts?

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Aman PathakAman Pathak
thank you Amnon for investigating this ,
It turns out this is a know Issue at our end.
Link to KI :
https://trailblazer.salesforce.com/issues_view?id=a1p4V0000003xVKQAY

Best Regards,
Aman
Michael KolodnerMichael Kolodner 
Got a client org where all users would like to send email from Salesforce from the same address and have the reply to address also be common. When we go into Name>Settings>Email>My Email Settings there are fields that should be the right ones for everyone to edit. But making changes there doesn't stick. The Email Name change sticks but doesn't seem to have any effect. And no matter what email I put in the Email Address field, it reverts back to the user profile email address upon save (even though it says "your settings were saved successfully.") The email address I'm trying to save into that field IS set up as an organization wide email address and verified.
My Email Settings Screen
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Chris Manton-MaundChris Manton-Maund
Hi Michael, When you change the return address on this page it will send an email to the new email address requesting confirmation. Similar to when you create a new Org Wide Address. Have you checked for this?
Sylvia BrophySylvia Brophy 
We often communicate with 4-5 different stakeholders on a case and don't want to include the thread of all the other correspondence between them. So we have to delete the thread EVERY time we use Send Email.
We still need the ID to maintain the connection to the CAse, we just don't want to include the email text every time.
Is there a way to disable this?
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Jayson MoralesJayson Morales
Hi Sylvia,

There's a setting called "Exclude Email Thread from Drafts" to prevent the inclusion of past email history however this setting only applies to Salesforce Classic and is currently unsupported in Lightning Experience.

If you're using Lightning, it's currently not possible. Please refer to the link below regarding an existing idea:

Allow to respond to emails without email history thread in Lightning
https://success.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=0873A000000PYvRQAW

Hope that helps.


Regards,
Jayson
Andrew MondyAndrew Mondy 
I am trying to use the new Lightning Email Template builder to send list emails through Pardot. The images in these emails seem to require SalesForce CMS to host the images. I have completed the process of enabling a domain for CDN and assigning that domain in CMS.

I cannot add an image to the email templates, with the following message in the "i" tooltip next to the image select button:
SalesForce CMS is not properly configured yet. A default channel must be fully enabled first.

I cannot find anywhere in CMS a setting for default channels. The only reference in SalesForce help documentation is here: (https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=email_template_builder_guidelines.htm&type=5)
Users with a Pardot License
To use CMS when choosing an image in a component:
  • A default channel must be selected in setup.
  • The user must be a contributor to a CMS workspace that is associated to the Lightning Content Builder channel.
  • The image size can be up to 25 MB.

Can anyone tell me how to actually choose a default channel for email template images?
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Suzanne WilkinsSuzanne Wilkins

Hi Andrew,

I am also stumbling through the same Pardot Upgrade. I've found this site helpful: https://greenkeydigital.com/set-up-salesforce-cms-for-the-pardot-email-builder/. Essentially I believe the default channel seems to be found under Set-up - Pardot - Email Setup. 

Hope this helps.

Suzanne 
 

Alex XiongAlex Xiong 

Does anyone know what this error message means? A search online hasn't helped.

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Santiago Ibarra CaceresSantiago Ibarra Caceres
This is now classified as a known issue:
https://trailblazer.salesforce.com/issues_view?id=a1p4V000000oRXpQAM
 
Lou AcostaLou Acosta 
Hello, I'm relatively new to Salesforce. I am the Admin within my organization and am looking for a way to find copies of actual *full* emails that have been sent out from Salesforce.

Specifically, I am trying to find a record of an approval email that was generated by Salesforce and sent out to one of our internal users. I’ve briefly searched the community and downloaded an email log based on the suggestions I saw.

However, the information contained in the log is not really useful at all (in this situation). Is there a way to pull the actual emails (full email with body text contained, subject line, etc) that are generated from within Salesforce (specifically approval emails)?

Thanks
 
 
 
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Sumit KawSumit Kaw
I dont think currently there is any such option available by which you can get Full Email Body information. You can get the Email Logs using the below option, but i believe thats the best it gets.

https://help.salesforce.com/HTViewHelpDoc?id=email_logs_format.htm&language=en_US (https://help.salesforce.com/HTViewHelpDoc?id=email_logs_format.htm&language=en_US)
 
Samantha MSamantha M 
I'm not sure why this is happening, but every now and again, some incoming cases arrive without the "contact" field populated. It causes issues, as you can't close the case or make any changes to it until a contact is associated with it. Can anyone help me understand why this might be happening?

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Renee ChiamRenee Chiam
Hi Samantha,

Most likely because Salesforce is unable to associate an existing contact to the sender's email address. 

You can make Contact Name not required by going to Case Page Layout and click the wrench button next to the Contact Name field. Uncheck "Required" and save your settings. You can now set-up a process to close the case even if the contact name is empty. 
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Hope it helps!
Mallory JobstMallory Jobst 
When sending list emails in Salesforce Lightening, is there a way to "toggle" or pick which email address the email is being sent to? We have a few different emails on the Contact and would like to be able to pick a certain one for a list email. Or does anyone know which email it autodefaults to? 
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Susan ThayerSusan Thayer
It will send to the standard "Email" field and will not send to any custom email address field that you added.  You may have changed the label of the standard "email" field so as System Admin you can go to setup and confirm the field label.

You could rename the standard email field a "Preferred Email Address" and allow users to select which of your custom email values to use in the "Preferred Email" field. Use flow to populate this field.

Here are some ideas to vote for
https://trailblazer.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=08730000000Df4xAAC
https://trailblazer.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=0873A0000003XTCQA2