Publishing An Outgoing Diplomatic Note Follow

 

 Pre-requisites:  n/a

 

Topics Covered
Publishing A Diplomatic Note

Target Users
Drafters 

Required Permissions
n/a

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From the left menu, go to My Outgoing DipNotes and click Drafting.  Then, from the Drafting page, select a diplomatic note from the list with status Draft. Click the Edit icon.

The user may select to Publish Only a diplomatic note or Publish and Send by Email Only at the same time. 

From the Editing Outgoing DipNote <DipNote Number> page, edit the necessary information and click Publish Only or Publish and Send by Email.

 

If the user selects Publish and Send by Email, the user will be redirected to the Sending Email page. 

The From field will display the post’s mailbox. The To field will display the email address of the external contact selected. The user may also add more recipients from your Contacts Repository by clicking on the Search button. The CC field will display the email address of the drafter. More recipients may be added by entering the email address in the textbox next to the CC dropdown field as long as the email address's domain ends with “.gov.” The user may edit the Subject, and Body fields. The attachment will only include the official copy of the diplomatic note, as well as the other documents uploaded in the EmailAttachments field if there is any. The user will have the option to include the attachments or otherwise.

 

Once the user clicks the Send button, the status of the diplomatic note changes to PUBLISHED and the contents can no longer be edited .  Otherwise, the diplomatic note’s status remains DRAFT.

 

 

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