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How to send automated email alerts on expiry date from confluence.


We keep our software license information on a page in confluence.

we have a table setup with all the different companies, software, and expiration dates among other information.

I would like to automatically be notified via customized email about 30 days before the expiration dates of the different software. How can this be done?

We are using enterprise version and does not have authority to ask for any paid license. So any other free solution like scrip/markup/coding or any other free way like we have for JIRA automation...

Trigger, condition, action. 

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Alex Koxaras Community Leader Sep 20, 2022

Hi @Yatiraj Sharma 

You could use the action macro, which will add a task for you on a task list. This macro, have a structure like the following:

[action checkbox] Write here your description //date @usernamex

The //date macro will act as this task's due date

The username of course is to assign this to you 

All the above setup will not send out notifications, but you do have to check manually for yourself. You could try to add a free marketplace app, if any, which will do that trick.

Another solution would be to have the software list on issues on a project in Jira, and either create an automation to send out notifications to you about their expiration date, or use a subscription filter.

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