Creating a package that is available for signing without sending notificationsWednesday, February 3, 2016 at 07:52am
Hi, Is it possible to create a package with status not draft and then notify a signer at a later point. I have a use case where some signers will need to click a link through an email in order to sign and others will click a link through our portal. I created a package with 2 signers one to sign through an email and the other through the portal using EslClient.createPackage(DocumentPackage). I then tried notifying the email signer using EslClient.getPackageService().notifySigner(PackageId, String, String). An email was sent about the package but when clicking on the link I get the following error: "Access Denied The Package is temporary unavailable. It may be in drafts. Contact the Sender to clarify the situation". I then tried to update the package status to SENT after creation using EslClient.updatePackage(PackageId, DocumentPackage), however, this trigger an email so in the end I got two emails one from updating the package and another from notifySigner. I only want an email to be sent when I notify the signer. Is this possible?