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SP 2007 Alert issue

Posted on 2013-12-11
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I am having issues with Alerts.

I notice that after I set up alerts for other users, for some odd reason, when a change is made the users that should get an alert don't get it. I set the Alert to send an email when 'Anything changes' and to 'Send e-mail immediately'. It seems that when myself or someone else sets the Alerts for other users, those users don't get an alert. Has this ever happened to you anyone?
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I also set myself to receive alerts along with the other user. When a change was made, I received an alert within 5 minutes but he never received one
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
can you check what happens if the user sets an alert for himself?
Can you verify if the users email-address is correctly displayed in the user info list on that site (this list exists in every site collection - and is independent of the user profile store in MOSS)?

HTH
Rainer
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I'll let you know tomorrow.  He's gone for the day but when I set alerts for myself, it works.
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