Email send/sent help needed

First question--where can I see the emails that send out of Ninox?  I need to be able to reference/see/track invoices that are sent and to who.

Is there a way to cc myself on the emails?


Thank you,

5 replies

    • Choices_Software_Dean
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Yes, cc and bcc work, so you can send yourself a copy, or a blind copy. That may be all you need.


    It is also possible to automatically copy the email to a new record in another table as an archive. You could do something like this:


    from: userEmail(user()),
    to: To,
    cc: Cc,
    bcc: Bcc,
    subject: Subject,
    text: Text,
    html: Html,
    attachments: Attachment
    let d := Date;
    let t := To;
    let c := Cc;
    let b := Bcc;
    let s := Subject;
    let e := Text;
    let h := Html;
    let t2 := (create Table2);
    t2.(Date := d);
    t2.(To := t);
    t2.(Cc := c);
    t2.(Bcc := b);
    t2.(Subject := s);
    t2.(Text := t);
    t2.(Html := h)


    In the above code, Table2 would be the archive file. Note that "create Table2" does not create the table; it just adds a new record to the table. Hope this helps.

    • Kari.1
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Thank you, I tried this but I never receive the email.  Here is what I have and works great for everything but the cc

    let myEmail := userEmail();
    let myPdf := printAndSaveRecord(this, "FBA Invoice" + ".pdf");
    let myName := "FBA Invoice" + '2. Referrals2'.'Last Name-Client' + '2. Referrals2'.'First Name-Client' + ".pdf";
    importFile(this, myPdf, myName);
    from: myEmail,
    to: 'Case Manager'.Email,
    cc: userEmail(),

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    • RoSoft_Steven.1
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Note that the "from" email always has to be the user-email you use to login for Ninox, maybe that's the problem?

    • Kari.1
    • 4 yrs ago
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    Steven, thank you.  It works great if I don't have the cc or add a second email.  If I put in cc it says not recognizing the cc.  I tried to: first recipient with different things ,;+ to bring in a second recipient.  I tried the cc: CC: all different variations of that.  So I'm not sure what I am doing wrong.  Any other ideas would be appreciated.

    • Kari.1
    • 4 yrs ago
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    update:  It appears to working from the coding standpoint--no errors, but I never receive the email.  I receive the emails to the outside person okay, just not the one to my user name.

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