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batrc76
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Removing email-generated text

From the example below, is there a way to remove the final (in red) line from the email generated from Flow, or a way to keep it from generating in the email at all? Thanks.

 

From: Microsoft PowerApps and Flow <microsoft@powerapps.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 1:14 PM

Subject: Posting Request Saved: 62: this is a quick title test on Nov 5th

 

You have saved a posting request.  It is NOT marked as ready for reviewer.  Please return to the item complete the posting request and mark as ready for reviewer.  


If you want to unsubscribe from these emails, please use this form.

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Pstork1
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That line is hard coded into the action by Microsoft and can't be removed.  Like any message that has the potential to be viewed as SPAM there is a legal requirement to include an unsubscribe link.



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Pstork1
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That line is hard coded into the action by Microsoft and can't be removed.  Like any message that has the potential to be viewed as SPAM there is a legal requirement to include an unsubscribe link.



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MarcoRiva
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We had the same need to hide the unsubscribe link because our app is used to send ticket notifications to internal personnel, so the user should not be able to unsubscribe.

I found a couple of workarounds:
1. simply add a lot of html line breaks (br) at the end of your message body, so the unsubscribe link is pushed down and it is not visible unless you scroll down the message to its end. This maintains the legality of the message but makes it more difficult to click the link by mistake.

2. because that link is inside a paragraph, you can hide it using a CSS Style. Add the following code at the beginning of your message body and the unsubscribe link will disappear:

<style>p {display: none;}</style>

Be careful: do not use html paragraphs in your message, otherwise they will be hidden, too

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