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When Riva syncs an email from Exchange to CRM and SmartConvert creates a new lead for a non-matched recipient, the CRM lead topic is formatted as follows:
“[company name], [lead's first name], [lead's last name], Created by Riva”.
Example: Riva uses an email sent to Ian.Sample@example.com to create a lead in the CRM with the topic "example.com, Ian, Sample, Created by Riva".
The users' credentials are sent along with every request, which eliminates the need for session management and separate logins.
If you want a login to be required to authenticate to NetSuite, contact the Riva Success Team.
Contact sync filters are subsidiary-aware by default.
By default, when Riva syncs contacts from NetSuite to the email system, Riva limits the scope of the All Visible and By Owner filters to the defined subsidiary.
If you want to disable this default behaviour, contact the Riva Success Team.
Riva records the "Date Received" or "Date Sent" in converted emails.
When Riva syncs an email to Salesforce, the description now includes either "Date Sent:" or "Date Received:", and it reflects the user's local time.
Example: Date Received: 2015-02-03 13:26:12 -07:00.
Force Riva to set the owner of the email to be the sender of the email if the sender is a user.
By default, the owner is set to be the current sync user.
In some deployments, it makes sense to set the owner to the sender of the email. For example, in an Auto-Inbox, Auto-SentItem deployment with duplicate removal based on ExternalId, everyone who gets a copy of an email is the potential syncer of the email. In these cases, the owner ends up being random, based on who syncs the email first.
If you want to force Riva to set the owner of the email to be the sender of the email if the sender is a user, contact the Riva Success Team.