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We are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 to send out emails to our WordPress blog to auto-generate posts. Is there any way to configure the system so as to not include the record ID (i.e. CRM:0002021) from the subject line?
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Yes. Go to Settings | administration | System Settings Email tab and untick the Use tracking token option.
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