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Always use Global Sender!

In Connections notification, I really don't like using dozens of different senders for every feature

That's why in notification-config.xml I always add the property for always using globalSenderName. You have to add it manually  here

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><!-- Copyright IBM Corp. 2008, 2013  All Rights Reserved.              --><config buildlevel="LC4.0_20130311_1432" enabled="true" id="notification-config" version="4.0" xmlns:xsi="" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="notification-config.xsd">
<property name="globalSenderEmailAddress"></property>
        <property name="alwaysUseGlobalSender">true</property>
        <property name="globalSenderName">Info Connections</property>
<!-- If true a link to Connections Mobile service will be included in 
Notifications (where applicable) -->
<property name="includeMobileLinksInNotifications">false</property>
<!-- If true no embedded experience mime parts will be included in notifications -->
<property name="disableEmbeddedAppsInNotifications">false</property>


Tom Bosmans said…
I actually prefer to change the individual email addresses, because there seem to be or have been issues with the global sender ....

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