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/emailsend command with global name with spaces example?


Norl
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Suppose your global was @Globalwith Spaces, how would one format a /emailsend command to work?  I've exhausted all possibilities.

 

One site even said to bracket spaces with question marks.  But @Globalwith? ?Spaces doesn't seem right.

 

Double quotes, underscore, nothing seems to work right.  Any ideas?

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  • 1 month later

You can't.  The command never worked with names that had spaces and it's been this way for 20 years.  This is also true for the /emailsendattachment command. The best you can do is rename your global name and take out any spaces. Kinda like what I did... Black Specter --> BlackSpectre. Otherwise, you're just out of luck. 😞

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