Send notification emails to a separate email account, when the addressee would be a disabled user Aron Gombas June 16, 2023 15:18 Follow This "fall back" email address should be part of the archiving configuration. Have more questions? Submit a request 6 Comments Date Votes 1 Michael Jerista July 17, 2019 19:24 Vote-y vote vote. Voting for this! 2 Martin Stirnberg May 22, 2023 16:16 Such a feature would be great. 1 Jan Peters May 23, 2023 05:24 We would like to have this feature too! 0 Aron Gombas June 16, 2023 09:57 In the cloud version, notifications have more flexible settings: As you see, you can choose specific user or users or even specific groups or groups as recipients. It means you can add an additional recipient who receives every page lists, therefore nothing can be forgotten. There is no conditionality here, it doesn't matter if the "real" recipient is active or not, this additional recipient will receive the email in every case. Question: if we ported this implementation to the Data Center version, would that solve this feature request? 0 Martin Stirnberg June 16, 2023 11:52 Aron, it would be a great addition to DC. However, if this user (or group) gets all the emails, he/she will overwhelmed since he/she won't know which emails have been sent to an active users, and which emails to an inactive users and therefore need to be processed by him/her. So the "conditionality" you mentioned is key for my use case. Nevertheless, I'd like to see this feature in DC as well, for other reasons. Edited by Martin Stirnberg June 16, 2023 11:52 0 Aron Gombas June 16, 2023 15:18 @Martin Yes, it works like you described, and in that sense it is not the optimal solution. I agree. Please sign in to leave a comment.