This is target to the users that have incorrectly written emails.
Ensure your email addresses lists is tuned, and the syntax is correct.
Validate with your administrator the best times to send bulk emails.
If it's the first time you will send a bulk, ensure you monitor the bounce-back emails to disable the notification on the related users for those problematic email addresses.
NOEXISTANT" **** Found 4 possible invalid email(s) of 527 emails checked. 0)' to disable them To list them use the following link: Regular expressions and email checks will not filter all invalid emails.
Even if your email syntax is correct and validated by regular expressions, you do not really know whether an address is valid until you send an email to it.
Many of those emails will get rejected by the target SMTP server and resend once again.In addition, to ensure flexibility, your email notification can have an unsubscribe link on the notification itself or to the user notification preference settings.This will avoid users marking your emails as spam on the target email, or triggering unwanted emails back, allow the sense of agreement with the target user, etc.For those emails that bounced back, set the notification = disable on the sys_user form to avoid further unwanted emails.Then, contact the user owners for the correct addresses.
I added the recipients to an incident Assigned to and Watch list and added additional comments.