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This setting can determine if items which are set to longer-term pauses, or upon re-opening, should default to assigning back to the last user to perform any activity on it.
This setting allows you to choose whether or not the Time Tracker card on Work Items will be displayed to end users in Work Manager. Note that even when this control is hidden, time-on-task information is still automatically recorded in the database for MI purposes.
This setting allows the expected amount of time it should take to carry out an activity to be displayed in the the Time Tracker card for Work Items in Work Manager.
This setting allows you to specify if Tickets will require a resolution email / note to be added to a Ticket before it can be marked as ‘Resolved’. Note that upon an upgrade, this setting is ticked to maintain the previous behaviour.
This allows you to more easily manage your companies by creating a nested company structure where a parent company can maintain multiple child companies.
A parent company can have multiple child companies, but a child company can only have one parent company. A parent company cannot have its own parent company and a child company cannot be set as a parent company. Please note that a company cannot be both a Supplier and a Parent Company.
Additionally, a Work Manager user will be able to start work items for both parent and child companies for a parent company contact; however they will only be to start a work item for a child company for a child company contact.
The Contacts Card in Work Manager for work items running against a parent company will show the contacts of that parent company, but will not show any child company contacts, however work items running against a child company will show the contacts of that child company as well as of the parent company.
Once a parent company has been set, you can edit or remove it IF there are no running work items with contacts that are scoped to the current parent company. If this is the case, you will only be able to change the parent company once all of these work items have closed and there are no more running work items with contacts that are scoped to the current parent company.
This setting allow contacts to be auto-created when an incoming email has been received from an unknown email address. This setting is set to ON by default. Note that the company set to an auto-created contact will depend on the contact scope setting you have set. If it is set to 'Global', or 'Global and Local', the auto-created contact will have a Global scope. If it is set to 'Local', the auto-created contact will have a Local scope.
This option helps Enate capture analytics, such as user insights and product-related data and trends which will help us to improve our services. Data captured will NOT include any personal identification information. This option is switched on by default, but it can be switched off if desired.
This option allows Agent users to provide data around their daily time spent outside of Enate (for things like meetings, training etc.), to give Line Managers greater visibility of availability, helping with workforce scheduling and more efficient resource allocation.
When new emails arrive into Enate, the system analyses the email to determine whether it’s a brand new request or related to an existing one, and then determines how to proceed.
The Work Item 'Plus Addressing' setting is where you decide how you would like your incoming emails to be processed. The options are as follows:
- Plus Addressing OFF - Plus Addressing is completely disabled and emails are matched using the standard email processing rules only (i.e. those not used in Plus Addressing).
- Mixed Mode - Plus Addressing is enabled and emails are matched using both plus addressing AND the standard processing rules standard email processing rules.
- Plus Addressing Only - Plus Addressing is enabled and emails are matched using plus addressing ONLY.
Check out our dedicated Email Processing options article here:
Enabling this option will add a 'Reply To' header for outbound emails where work item matching data will NOT display as plus addresses in the 'From' address.
The impact of this is that if the setting is enabled, instead of seeing emails with
Note that this option is only available if some form of plus addressing is enabled (i.e. either Mixed Mode or Plus Addressing Only mode have been selected) and it is set to off by default.
See here for more information about how Enate processes incoming emails:
Here you can specify the file types that you want your platform to accept. This is set to ‘All’ by default. Leaving the box blank means that all tile types will be accepted.
The email you supply here will override the default outgoing email address on communications which cannot be responded to.
This setting determines the maximum size allowed for outgoing emails. Users won't be able to send, schedule, or save as a draft emails that exceed this limit.
Please note that the validation of the email size occurs as part of saving the email, not at the sent time. So if a 25MB email has been scheduled and then the maximum email size gets reduced in Builder to 10MB, the scheduled email will still be sent as it conformed to the size allowance configured when it was scheduled.
Additionally, it is recommended that you configure the limit to 30% less than what you want your end-users to write as as an extra buffer to accommodate encoding etc. e.g. if you want the maximum size to be 100MB, we would recommend setting the limit to 70MB. Note that upon upgrade, the maximum email size will be set to 'No Limit'. Also note that the size limit will not be applicable to system-generated emails, such as Request Acknowledgement emails.
This lets you set the number of times the system will automatically retry to send an email by using the slider. This can be set up to a maximum of 10 times.
You will see the time intervals that the system will automatically retry to send the email which increase exponentially with each retry.
Once the system has retried sending an email 10 times, it will no longer retry sending it automatically, but you can still retry sending the email manually, i.e. by clicking the 'Retry' icon.
This lets you change the scope of your external contacts to either Global, Local or Global and Local.
- Setting the contact scope to Global means that all the external contacts are scoped to Global/All Companies and those contacts can access/create work items of All the Companies.
- Contact Creation in Work Manager : All the contacts created via Quick Find search or contact card in work item and Bulk creation are by default scoped to Global/All Companies.
Please note that selecting this option will clear the company relationship from every external contact.
- Setting the contact scope to Local means that all the external contacts are scoped to a particular company and those contacts can access/create work items of the particular scoped company.
- Contact Creation in Work Manager : All the contacts created via Quick Find search or contact card in work item and Bulk creation provides an option to set the scope of the contact to particular company.
- Search from Contact Card: users in Work Manager will only be able to search for external contacts belonging to companies which the contact has associated to.
- Scope Change in Work Manager : Any locally scoped contact can be changed to a different company when the contact has no active work items associated. If the contact has associated work items the contact should be removed from the work items to change the scope successfully.
Please note that it is only possible to set the scope to Local if all existing external contacts have a company associated with them. This can be achieved by editing them in the Contact Management view in Work Manager.
- This setting lets you set some external contacts to Local and some to Global. This means that you can assign some external contacts with a company (and therefore users in work manager will only be able to create and work items for these 'local' external contact for the particular company that the external contact is associated with), and you can assign some external contacts as 'Global', so users in work manager will be able to create work items for all companies for these 'Global' external contacts.
- Contact Creation in Work Manager : All the contacts created via Quick Find search or contact card in work item and Bulk creation provides an option to set the scope of the contact to particular company or set the scope to Global/All Companies.
- Search from Contact Card: users in Work Manager will be able to search for all external contacts which are associated to company to which work item is associated and all other global external contacts.
- Scope Change in Work Manager : Any locally scoped contact can be changed to Global and any globally scoped contact cannot be changed to a particular company if the contact has associated to work items of multiple companies, in this case the contact should be removed from the work items of other companies.