Understanding Messages and Queues
In EnterpriseOne, messages can be sent by users and by a workflow process. You can send messages to one or more recipients. If you are sending a message to multiple recipients, you can use a quick list, a predefined distribution list, or a role.
In this topic, you will review messages and queues.
|EnterpriseOne enables you to exchange email messages with other EnterpriseOne users or with people outside of the company.|
|If you communicate with people outside of Oracle via email, you can use a third-party email system, such as Microsoft Outlook.|
|When you send internal email messages, you can send them to other users in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software. You use the Work Center form to send these messages.|
|On the Work Center form, you can control the time of delivery for a message by assigning a tickler date to the message. A tickler date is a date in the future when the system automatically shows the message. Assigning a tickler date is helpful if you plan to be out of the office on the day that you want others to receive your message.|
|When you send internal messages using the Work Center form, you can also include attachments: files, images or links that conform to the OLE (Object Linking and Embedding) standard, such as word processing documents and spreadsheets.|
|Queues are a way to group related messages together.|
|You have reviewed messages and queues.
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