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send an email on record update through subdomain

Thread began 10/07/2020 10:15 am by illbe322016 | Last modified 10/07/2020 6:41 pm by illbe322016 | 110 views | 6 replies


OK, maybe I'm making this more complex than it needs to be. My main issue it that I want to send two differently formatted emails using the old version of UE, one to the user and one to our sales team. First of all can this be done? The old email template is a nightmare of code defining every line and comma but I have no way to edit it except by hand (I used to be able to edit the body in the older version and that was discontinued I assume because now you can send an email as an html file). If I were to create another email template by hand how would I add that to my current (old) code so both were sent to the proper place? I have attached the old code blocks as a reference.

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