If you check the boxes for both \"Only send a response to people in my Contacts\" and \"Only send a response to people in my domain,\" then your vacation reply will only be seen by people who are both in your contacts and in your domain.
If someone is away from the office, Gmail shows their out of office status when you compose an email to them. You can still send the email, but they might not reply until they return. If you have Chat enabled in Gmail, you'll also get their out of office status when you send a direct message.
You can easily reply to any discussion. However, the reply option may vary depending upon how your instructor set up the discussion. Discussion replies can be edited or deleted, as long as your instructor has not restricted this setting in your course.
Your reply will be posted at the bottom of the discussion reply thread. The border of your post will flash indicating it has been newly posted. The unread icon next to your post will immediately change to the read icon if Canvas automatically marks your posts as read. However, if you manually mark your posts as read, the unread icon will remain until you manually mark it as read.
Your reply displays at the bottom of the discussion thread. If your discussion replies are automatically marked as read, your new reply displays a Read icon . If you have selected to manually mark read discussion posts, your post displays an Unread icon  until you manually mark it as read.
In some scenarios, however, the work done by backend may be long-running, on the order of seconds, or might be a background process that is executed in minutes or even hours. In that case, it isn't feasible to wait for the work to complete before responding to the request. This situation is a potential problem for any synchronous request-reply pattern.
The API should validate both the request and the action to be performed before starting the long running process. If the request is invalid, reply immediately with an error code such as HTTP 400 (Bad Request).
Courtesy Reply Mail (CRM) requires your customer (the respondent) to pay the postage before mailing the reply back to you (the sender). CRM is appropriate when the response is more or less assured, such as for billing.
Although the customer usually pays the return postage (unless you prepay it by a meter, as in meter reply mail), the pre-addressed postcard or envelope adds convenience and ensures addressing accuracy.
Private replies are visible only to the person who submitted the question, even after you approve the question. When you dismiss or archive a question which contains a reply, it will remain visible to the author of the question.
After you've connected your Gmail or Outlook inbox to HubSpot, you can track replies to your marketing emails. Reporting data for your emails will include reply rates, and you can segment lists or configure workflows based on whether your contacts replied to your emails.
You can use reply data when setting the criteria for a contact list or when setting enrollment triggers for a workflow, by using the First Marketing email reply date, Last Marketing email reply date, or Marketing emails replied contact properties.
When Outlook is setup to send automatic replies, you'll see a message under the ribbon with this information. Select Turn off to disable automatic out-of-office replies. If you want to modify the dates for your automatic reply or the message sent, use the steps above to modify your settings.
If you don't see Automatic Replies after selecting File, you're probably using a Gmail, Yahoo, or other POP or IMAP account that doesn't support the Outlook Automatic Replies feature. You can set up a rule that will reply to incoming messages, but only if you leave Outlook running. For more information, see use rules to send an out of office message.
In the song, A Boogie and Lil Uzi ask women if they would reply to them on their phones when they write to them. Reflecting on their relationships with women, they bemoan over their love interests not returning their affection. Trey Alston of MTV called the song \"beautiful with a chill melody and a relaxing groove.\"
Note: You cannot verify email addresses from disposable email address services (services that allow you to receive email at a temporary address that expires after a certain time). If you'd like to keep your email address private, you can use a GitHub-provided noreply email address. For more information, see \"Setting your commit email address.\"
If you'd like to keep your personal email address private, you can use a noreply email address from GitHub as your commit email address. To use your noreply email address for commits you push from the command line, use that email address when you set your commit email address in Git. To use your noreply address for web-based Git operations, set your commit email address on GitHub and choose to Keep my email address private.
To ensure that commits are attributed to you and appear in your contributions graph, use an email address that is connected to your account on GitHub.com, or the noreply email address provided to you in your email settings. For more information, see \"Adding an email address to your GitHub account.\"
Note: If you created your account on GitHub.com after July 18, 2017, your noreply email address for GitHub is an ID number and your username in the form of ID+USERNAME@users.noreply.github.com. If you created your account on GitHub.com prior to July 18, 2017, your noreply email address from GitHub is USERNAME@users.noreply.github.com. You can get an ID-based noreply email address for GitHub by selecting (or deselecting and reselecting) Keep my email address private in your email settings.
If you use your noreply email address for GitHub to make commits and then change your username, those commits will not be associated with your account on GitHub.com. This does not apply if you're using the ID-based noreply address from GitHub. For more information, see \"Changing your GitHub username.\"
If you haven't enabled email address privacy, you can choose which verified email address to author changes with when you edit, delete, or create files or merge a pull request on GitHub. If you enabled email address privacy, then the commit author email address cannot be changed and is @users.noreply.github.com by default.
The browser will only consider the latest reference of a key for the set-cookie header. This is done to avoid parsing the set-cookie header when added to a reply and speeds up the serialization of the reply.
In case a route handler is defined as an async function or it returns a promise, it is possible to call reply.hijack() to indicate that the automatic invocation of reply.send() once the handler promise resolve should be skipped. By calling reply.hijack(), an application claims full responsibility for the low-level request and response. Moreover, hooks will not be invoked.
To achieve this, Fastify provides the reply.hijack() method that can be called during the request lifecycle (At any point before reply.send() is called), and allows you to prevent Fastify from sending the response, and from running the remaining hooks (and user handler if the reply was hijacked before).
RPC (request/reply) is a popular pattern to implement with a messaging brokerlike RabbitMQ. Tutorial 6 demonstrates its implementationwith a variety of clients. The typical way to do this is for RPC clients tosend requests that are routed to a long lived (known) server queue. The RPC server(s)consume requests from this queue and then send replies to each clientusing the queue named by the client in the reply-toheader.
The direct reply-to feature allows RPC clients to receivereplies directly from their RPC server, without going through areply queue. \"Directly\" here still means going through the same connectionand a RabbitMQ node; there is no direct network connectionbetween RPC client and RPC server processes.
The RPC server will then see a reply-to propertywith a generated name. It should publish to the default exchange(\"\") with the routing key set to this value (i.e. just as ifit were sending to a reply queue as usual). The message willthen be sent straight to the client consumer.
If the RPC server is going to perform some expensive computationit might wish to check if the client has gone away. To do thisthe server can declare the generated reply name first on adisposable channel in order to determine whether it stillexists. Note that even if you declare the \"queue\" withpassive=false there is no way to create it; thedeclare will just succeed (with 0 messages ready and 1 consumer)or fail.
This is confusing as all get out. I don't understand why this is such an issue or important It says add our agent's email address to the whitelist We are configured such that any external emails to an end user ticket are all forced to go through our domain via the ZD interface (not via agent email). So how could they possibly be out of sync with the reply-to
Why does the email then show as an \"Internal Note\" This is confusing to the agent. I can see that you may want to draw attention to the different email address, however, there should also be an option within the warning to say \"OK\" and then move it to Public Response. We have several clients that have 2 email addresses and do not always reply from the original email address from which the ticket was created.
Flagging does not work correctly, we have seen this on a lot of phishing tickets lately where you are able set any reply to address even using a legitimate system user (even an admin) Zendesk will set them as the requester and the ticket looks legitimate. The warning needs to be bigger for the agent to easily see.Big security risk.
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