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Removing parts of email body

Thread began 7/06/2011 3:12 am by julie383376 | Last modified 8/11/2011 3:46 pm by julie383376 | 1899 views | 11 replies


First a disclaimer - I've used UE a lot, but never had to do anything more than send an email... I know very little about PHP, and what I do, I've learned from troubleshooting WA scripts ;)

I built the form myself a few months ago and used UE for emailing functionality only. In UE, I created a custom email reply form.

My customer just recently wanted to add this logging feature, so I used the existing UE binding to enable logging.

When I set up logging, I had to use the Create Email Message help file because the GSG gives *very* little information on the logging feature.

I first let the wizard create the table for me, then I went back in and changed the logging to insert a record on failure or success.

"Email Column" is tied to the EmailTo field.

In the large Field Values box, I clicked on each column field (except for EmailID and EmailDate) and clicked the lightning bolt to do the binding for each, matching them to the field displayed in [Current Email]. Those were:

Email To [To]
EmailFrom [From]
EmailSubject [Subject]
EmailBody [Body]
EmailHeader [Header]
EmailError [Error]
EmailStatus [Status]

I didn't make a selection in the Format dropdown list, because I don't have a clue what that is.


So am I including too much information? Was I supposed to only bind the EmailTo field?
Or am I doing this all wrong?

My emails are sending, and the data is collecting just fine. I just can't get the DA detail page to display the information the way I want it to appear. In the email body part, I only want the data that was entered in the online form. At some point if an email fails, my customer may want to be able to view the header, so I'm okay with all the information that is displayed for that field.

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