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Decrypt Notes Email R5

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A user selects a smart icon with the following command formula: @Command([ToolsRefreshAllDocs]); The action successfully decrypts documents.

The client reports that an unintended consequence occurs. E-mail is generated from the user's mail file. For example an email to the user in which several others were copied (cc'd) is sent from the user's mail file to the original recipients.

Has anyone seen similar behavior.
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Nope... but perhaps you could provide us some detail on the kind of message that is sent.
Is it a certurn receipt (you could experiment by setting the field "ReturnReceipt" to "1" (text) and refresh the selected doc), or is is some other kind of message (how does it relate to the refreshed document?)
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ToolsRefresh command basically computes and validates the fields in a doc.. probably the way the process is decrypting the doc using user public key is also making the doc to send out any receipts that has been requested for...

~Hemanth
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If the form has an @MailSend formula in it somewhere, this will happen.

Not sure what happens if you have the form set to automatically send mail when saved (or the MailOption field equivalent).  Might do the same.

Anyway, I'm not a big fan of ToolsRefreshSelectedDocs.  When I change a form design, and need to update the way the fields are set to retroactively apply the new code, I usually build a custom agent to do this.
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