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I.J.GE



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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 5:24 am    Post subject: using global macro variables Reply with quote

hi,

would like you assistance with an issue i'm experiencing .. donr know what i'm doing wrong.

i have an ODBC query, that returns the following result:
A MID 111 - 999 hr - email@example.com
(it's actually a concatenate of several cells in a table)
now, i want to use the email address at the end of the result to be used as
the contact that will receive this alert.
so, i tried to use:
%SuggestedReply% endword 1
when i use it in the tune up reply, it works perfect.
but when i try to put it in the destination field it returns an error.

any ideas how to solve it ? or any suggested work around ?

i tried to use global macro variables and it doent work also and returns:
A MID 111 - 999 hr - email@example.com endword 1
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 5:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

>%SuggestedReply% endword 1

You cannot use expressions with "endword" and other commands as parameter of the action.
You can use variables but not complicated expressions.

If you set "Tune up Reply value, reply = ['%SuggestedReply%' endword 1]" test option, then you can use "%Reply% variable as parameter of the action and send e-mail to email@example.com

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Alex
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