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RE: 64 Character Limitation In Email section on SI User Accounts
We noticed that there is a 64 character length limitation in email section on SI user accounts, please check the attached screenshot for better understanding to what I'm referring to. 64 character length limitation is not sufficient for our customer user SI accounts because multiple email contacts related to customer organization should be specified at SI account level for reporting purpose. I raised a PMR : TS006870486 with IBM support to see if they can increase the character length but I was told that the 64 character limit is the default and there is no way to change it. I would need to submit an enhancement request to fulfill this request. Please look into this enhancement and do the needful.
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64 character length limitation is not sufficient for our customer user SI accounts because multiple email contacts related to customer organization should be specified at SI account level for reporting purpose
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