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  1. @Conor thanks. We will keep an eye out for these updates being applied in the maintenance window tomorrow.
  2. Hi Connor. It's been a lot more than 8 hours since the first two updates were released?
  3. The following updates have not automatically applied to our instance. Any idea why? Supplier manager 175 released on 21st March Core 81 released 22nd March Service Manager 2183 released yesterday
  4. Hi Please could I have a response to this post? Any ideas around how this could be achieved would be helpful. E.g. inserting a url into the ProCap request that opens up a form that can be saved at a location and then later be transformed into a submitted request once complete via embedded buttons?
  5. @Steven Boardman Having discussed this matter with colleagues, we've decided not to switch this on, as it was too risky in respect of staff requests to HR regarding, for example, grievance procedure that their line manager should not see. We are going to wait until we've got Employee Portal live and use Connections instead. Thank you once again for your helpful assistance with this matter. Stuart
  6. @Steven Boardman Thanks for your help with this. Hopefully we'll switch this on next week. Handy!
  7. @Steven Boardman Just one more question. Is access only to requests raised by staff directly under that manager? i.e. if the manager is the line manager of another manager, they cannot see requests made by staff under that manager, but only their direct reports.
  8. @Steven Boardman Thank you Steven this is most helpful. Can the manager view closed requests for their staff member or only open ones? I'm just thinking about things such as password requests.
  9. Hi We have a manager who has is set to User and has Collaboration, Self Service User and Basic User roles. She has asked if it is possible for her to view requests raised by members of her team (and update them?). Her team are all Basic Users, set up with Self Service User and Basic User roles and have their manager set up as their manager on their user accounts. Is this possible, and if so, how do I set this up? Assuming this is possible, which URL should the manager use? https://service.hornbill.com/walthamforest/servicemanager/ or https://live.hornbi
  10. @James Ainsworth Thanks for this. I set myself up as the Manager of the IT Service Desk, refreshed, then tried the My Activities Page. It still only allows me to view my own tasks and not those of the team I've myself as manager of. I need to check a particular member of staff who is on maternity leave so we can swap her license to the user covering for her.
  11. Hi, we've got some staff who have left/moved and I need to remove their user license, but it says they have tasks assigned to them. How can I get a view of their assigned tasks and what requests they are on to get the tasks completed/reassigned please?
  12. @Steve Giller OK, so currently our instance is set to store request related mail in the relevant mailbox Deleted Items folder of each of the 17 mailboxes we have integrated. Please could you check and let me know if the steps below are correct for configuring our instance to instead start storing Request related emails in a dedicated folder called ‘Applied to requests’, 1. Go into each Hornbill Mailbox and create a folder called 'Applied to requests' 2. Change the setting servicemanager.email.archiveFolderName from 'Deleted Items' to 'Applied to requests' (Home>Applicati
  13. @Steve Giller I've checked. That seems to be the issue. Now, here's a conundrum: If emails uploaded into a timeline are automatically put in the mailbox deleted folder, then we empty that folder, all emails in requests will suffer the same fate? Any suggested solutions where we can differentiate between request emails - that should not be deleted - and other mailbox activity that can be permanently deleted without problem?
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