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An error occurred while saving the commentGreg Gdowski commented
This is a huge problem for us. We have Corporate member contacts that also have individual memberships. It is currently impossible to use the same email address for the individual member that serves as the representative for the Corporate account.
Here is my workaround.
In my corporate accounts I have put phony emails in the regular email field (ie. email@example.com). I then created a cc email address that was the intended email address. The first email bounces, but the cc makes it to the intended recipient.
This forces us to deal with the corporate accounts outside of WildApricot. This is frustrating because we thought WA could handle all of our members.
Here is the final workaround that I used. I created a simple gmail account for the main organization (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org). For the permanent email address of corporate accounts, I gave them a fictional gmail email address (email@example.com). I then placed the real email address in the email address field that I created for "cc"ing the email. Email is then sent to the organization account (firstname.lastname@example.org) and to the member. The interesting thing -- is that this confirms the email went out to the member. Within gmail -- that email carries the user name from Wildapricot.