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Trigger Automatic Email to Contractee Before End of Contract

Hi guys,

Is it possible to trigger an automated email to the contractee especially if a contract is about to end?

If yes, please let me know how. I want to simulate it also, so kindly share also the necessary prerequisites.

Note: I have made my attempts by creating a contract and defining the Notice procedure. But it just wouldnt send to my email.

Looking forward to your help. Thank you! 😊

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    Posted on May 07, 2013 at 08:10 PM

    Hi Karen,

    There is no standard solution for your requirement. It can be achieved with manual intervention.

    Option-1

    Give notice in contract and run the correspondence RECPA700. Check 'E-mail' check box in configuration of correspondence activity relates to Notice.

    Just execute tcode RECPA700, it will show you all the contracts for which you have given notice in RE contracts. Select all and execute, system automatically generates correspondence and sent it to contractee through mail.

    Option-2

    Create ABAP program to check list of contracts which are near expiry and generate mail through this program. Run this program in daily or weekly basis to generate letters and send it to mail ids of RE customer.

    rgds,

    Srini

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  • Posted on May 02, 2013 at 03:10 PM

    Hi,

    Try with SDV1 transaction code which will list you contracts which are going to expire

    create the output types to trigger mail in Application V1 ( check the standard KO00 output)

    now execute the SDV1 transation which will send mail on expiry to the SAP Inbox

    regards,

    santosh

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    Posted on May 31, 2013 at 03:18 AM

    Thanks! This answers my concern 😊

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