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June 15, 2015

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Martin Coupal

Good article,

By the way, you should be able to send workflow to these users (created as organizational account with no license). Just make sure you include there e-mail address in Azure AD (Other e-mail field). Adding the e-mail address can't be done in Office 365 users management. Then this will be sync (need to wait at least 24 hours) in SharePoint User profile email address. If it does not show up in user profile, you can add it manually.
When creating a workflow (2013 or 2010), you will see the account in the user list in the mail activity (In SP Designer). I've tested in with a gmail account and it works. If you still have a problem sending e-mail with the workflow, you need to look in the User Information List at the site collection level to see if the e-mail address is correct.

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