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Nintex Workflow failed to start notification

Question asked by ahaaften on Mar 7, 2017
Latest reply on Mar 7, 2017 by Enrico Knapp


I'm working with SharePoint 2013 and Nintex Workflow in order to set permissions to certain lists. These lists can hold 5000+ items and for each item a workflow run to set unique permissions. This proces works flawless.


Every month I import a new batch of items by PowerShell, this way I can add thousands of items per run. When that happens a few thousand workflows start, which is not possible due the Nintex workflow limitations (which is fine, otherwise my server would probably hang). 


But every workflow that is put on hold will sent a mail letting me know that it failed to start. You can imagine my Exchange department not being to happy about the thousands of mails. 


Anyone know how I can disable a mail notification based on this specific event (delayed start).


Thank you