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Send a mail whenever a scripted macro i.e., button on a confluence page is clicked.

Hi Team,

We are having a button (scripted macro) on a confluence page. On click, it should send mail to a confluence group.

Kindly let me know if this is achievable or any other better alternative.




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Tony Gough _Adaptavist_
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Dec 19, 2018

Hi Akshatha,

For script macros, you have three sections of code for the macro - Groovy code, JavaScript code and CSS.

- The Groovy code should return a HTML string and is what renders onto the page.
- The JavaScript code contains any functionality required
- CSS is used to style the macro

The functionality of the macro comes from the front-end JavaScript code. It is possible however to send emails using only JavaScript, with a service like the following:

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