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Sending a custom email with order details - to supplier

Thread began 9/04/2009 11:10 am by larsentim278054 | Last modified 9/10/2009 4:16 pm by larsentim278054 | 3968 views | 10 replies


Hi Terry,

Thank you so much for your reply. Although I am not new to Dreamweaver, I am new to getting data from a database, and recordsets, etc, etc... I guess I always created static websites before.

So since I'm using the orders_update page, it already has that form you speak of - meaning, those fields are in a form - all the fields I would essentially put into an email for the supplier. Do you think I need to create another form on that page with basically the same fields in order to get it to send a different email to the supplier?

Yes, the email I want to send the supplier is almost the same thing that gets emailed to the user, it's just that I want it in a different format, er - they require it in a diff. format.

So I guess what I'm asking is what I should add to the orders_update page. Another form? Once that form is created, I just hit universal email, and when I get to the email body section, there will be the fields that I have on the form available to me? To place where I need them in the email?

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