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Re: XTK-170036 Unable to parse expression '@emailFormat'
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Yeah... It worries me to think that after an upgrade an event might just stop working and what that might mean for history/query data afterwards if this is the go to workaround. I wish there were logs that could help shine a light on the issue under the hood but I don't know the platform well.

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Not really. Since my event was brand new I deleted it and the associated message, remade it from scratch and it was good to go. If your event has been in use and has history tied to it then this approach probably shouldn't be done. Our adobe consultant told me to open a support ticket if I thought it was due to the upgrade and didn't really offer any other insight. Since starting over was an option for me, I didn't open a support ticket.

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Is there a way to cc or bcc a user while using events and transactional emails? I would also like to know if these could be used to send an email to a group of users. This question seems to indicate that this cannot be done however I want to verify that's the case since this is a few years old: Send CC/BCC to individual recipients.​ I don't believe the workaround in the linked answer will work. In the use case I have I would like to bcc different people while the linked one seems to indicate it ...

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I'm seeing an error while trying to send a transactional email in the execution logs:​XTK-170036 Unable to parse expression '@emailFormat'.'emailFormat' attribute unknown (see definition of 'head:EVTwelcome' schema).This started happening within the past day, here's the logs showing older emails going through: https://www.screencast.com/t/H07Lljyu8dg2019-07-30_0939. I recently saw a popup saying the adobe instance I'm working in was upgraded. I'm not too sure if emailFormat is a piece specific t...

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