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Clear test e-mail alerts SharePoint 2007 and reset them to Production e-mail alerts.

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I have just copied a TEST SharePoint 2007 site to a Production SharePoint 2007 site. BUT...When my customer gets a e-mail that they have added and new record, the link says it is coming from the TEST SharePoint site. How do I clear that link and reset it to come from the Production SharePoint Site?
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by:GeorgeGergues
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You will need to open the site with sharepoint designer , and edit the workflow that send the notification ,
and also edit the URL (link ) to the site.


Best of luck.
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by:IDUTRI
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I do not have a workflow that is attached to this sharepoint site. I am going to try something else that a co-worker talked. If this resolved it I will post my solution to share. Thanks.
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I was able to clear the alerts...Here are the steps I took:
Manage alerts
> 1. On the Site Settings page for the Web site, under Administration,
> click Go to Site Administration.
> 2. Under Management and Statistics, click Manage user alerts.
> 3. On the Manage User Alerts page, select a user name in the Display
> alerts for ___ box, and then click Update.
> 4. To delete an alert, select the check box next to the alert, and
> then click Delete Selected Alerts.
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by:IDUTRI
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I followed the instructions that was suggested to me by a SharePoint instructor and the worked.
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