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DavidVoigt
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bkieffer on January 31, 2023
Hello all, I have an issue with the forwarding adress. I use Thunderbird, in French. When I forward an email to Hubspot using the forwarding adress, it does not show up in Hubspot. However, it works fine when I forward an email : - using Outlook o read more
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February 01, 2023
@MiaSrebrnjak wrote: hi @DavidVoigt , [...], have any of you been using Thunderbird with the HubSpot forwarding address? Hi Mia, y...read more
Brauny on June 04, 2020
Kann ich einen Thunderbird Account mit Hubspot verknüpfen?
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January 19, 2023
Vielleicht ist es allgemein bekannt, aber ich erwähne es trotzdem, denn mir war das damals nämlich NICHT klar: Wenn ich Thunderbird benutze, kann ic...read more
shivammishra on August 28, 2020
Features like serverless functions to consume APIs and quering HubDB in Hubl makes hubspot a CMS to build more interactive applications quickly than just marketing websites. But we see one limitation in our use case where we are storing certain info read more
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January 02, 2023
@reycepeda that is brilliant, thank you!
kthng on October 26, 2020
Posting on behalf of a customer! The current custom object tool does not allow for us to filter/create a list of custom objects based on the company associated as well as based on the properties of a custom object. It will be great if we c read more
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December 08, 2022
Yes, please. Custom Objects need to get all the standard features.
DBläser on January 06, 2022
We have created user-defined objects (contracts) and would like to define criteria for a search in the properties. However, this is only possible with standardized objects (contacts, companies ...). An adjustment would be great.
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November 10, 2022
It is possible, but you would have to mark these properties searchable via API. Example: "searchableProperties": [ "address", ...read more
DBläser on January 06, 2022
We have created user-defined objects (contracts) and would like to define criteria for a search in the properties. However, this is only possible with standardized objects (contacts, companies ...). An adjustment would be great.
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November 10, 2022
It is possible, but you would have to mark these properties searchable via API. Example: "searchableProperties": [ "address", ...read more
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