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SLcM Correspondence Tool with e-mailing possibilities?

Hi all,

In our SAP SLcM project we have the plan to use smartforms for documents that have to be printed for the student. I had a question regarding the functionality of the trx:

- PIQCORADMP - Print Admission Correspondence

- PIQCORRSTP - Print Student Correspondence

- PIQCORRSTC - Create Student Correspondence

- PIQCORADMC - Create Admission Correspondence

Is it possible to send the selected forms by e-mail? With a selection method we would like to choose particalur students and send them the form by e-mail to the standard e-mail address determined in the u201CAddress Datau201D infotype from the student file (SMTP_ADDR, SZA11_0100)

Is this possible within the earlier mentioned trxu2019s? I have looked in the trx itself , the IMG and SDN but I could not find anything regarding using e-mailings with the correspondence toolu2026.

Can anyone help me out here?



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    Posted on Jul 11, 2008 at 01:26 PM


    Sending a correspondence form via e-mail is done in a number of different ways. One way is in the IMG:

    SLCM --> Processes in SLCM --> General Settings --> Correspondence --> Technical Settings --> Assign Dispatch Control to Application Form

    Before doing this, you must have defined an appropriate Dispatch Control in the Print Workbench which sends the e-mail.


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      Hi Michael,

      We managed to send a correspondence (via transaction FPCOPARA) via email and to the printer.

      Do you know if and how it is possible to send an email with a pre-defined text as an explanation to the PDF which is attached?

      We also would like to change the subject in the mail and the sender address should be a fixed email address instead of the email address from the user.

      Any ideas?

      Kind regards,

      Steve de Klonia

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