While I have successfully modified the meeting email invitation template in SuiteCRM 7.8.31, including removing “SuiteCRM” from the subject line, the invitation email itself is sent from “SuiteCRM
firstname.lastname@example.org”. I’d like to get rid of this “SuiteCRM” and have the senders name used instead (the correct user email address email@example.com is already used and “SuiteCRM” only confuses outside invitees) but have not found where I can do that?
Surely someone must have done this already?
31 December 2022 10:54
coming from the probably from_name logic in this function:
SuiteCRM/SugarBean.php at master · salesagility/SuiteCRM · GitHub
If you can figure out which email account it is using, you might be able to change it in the account’s configuration.
I also believe you can override the whole thing at this point in the code, after the call to the parent function:
SuiteCRM/Meeting.php at 7f610b191850cbbb6d5052e9ef9eb2bfcac4d65d · salesagility/SuiteCRM · GitHub
The reason I am uncertain is because I don’t know if that code is just for assigment emails, or if also runs for invitations. You’ll have to experiment.
Thank you. I did look at the admin settings and changed the name there from SuiteCRM to the main sender’s name. I will test it during the week.
1 January 2023 11:13
This PR seems related, maybe try that patch also:
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When creating a meeting in the meetings module, the invite notificat
… ion emails are only going to the first invited user/contact/lead.
#### Expected Behavior
All invitees should receive a meeting invite email
#### Actual Behavior
1 invitee is emailed.
#### Possible Fix
Check against an array of user ids rather than a boolean when preventing duplicate emails caused by workflow hooks
#### Steps to Reproduce
1. Create a meeting in the meetings module
2. Invite more than 1 user
3. Hit Save and send invites
4. Check logs or mailcatcher if set up
Need to make sure all meeting invitees receive an invitation email.
#### Your Environment
* SuiteCRM Version used: 7.12.0
* Browser name and version: Firefox Version 94.0 (64-bit))
* Environment name and version: PHP 7.4
* Operating System and version: Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS
EDIT: oh, I saw in the other thread, you’re already on to that one
Yes. Unfortunately I ran into some problems since that patch is for 7.12 and I am running 7.8.31 and am not sufficiently familiar with the workings of SuiteCRM to modify the fix as needed…