Throwing Message Intermediate Event (Email)

Sends an email to the email address specified on To/Cc/Bcc. Also capable of embedding business data and attaching files.

Configs: Common
  • Step Name
  • Note
Configs: Throwing Message Intermediate Event (Email)
  • From
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • (Data Items)
  • To
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • (Data Items)
  • Cc
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • (Data Items)
  • Bcc
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • (Data Items)
  • Subject
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • Process ID
      • Process Start Datetime
      • Process Sequence Number
      • App ID
      • App Name
      • (Data Items)
      • System Variable: Application Root URL
  • Body
    • Insert reference…
      • Title
      • Process Start User
      • Process Start Organization
      • Process ID
      • Process Start Datetime
      • Process Sequence Number
      • App ID
      • App Nmae
      • (Data Items)
      • System Variable: Application Root URL

Capture

Notes

  • Possible to embed the Process information or business data to each config item
    • Select the item you want to embed from the Insert reference… list
  • The maximum number of addresses to be set to TO/CC/BCC is 100 (in total)
  • The maximum size limit of an email is 10MB (size after MIME encoding)
  • At the time of setting, there is a limit of 10,000 characters in the number of characters including all the address, Subject, and Body
    • Does not include the number of characters held by the inserted Data Items

See also

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