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Problem with Insert New Form Wizard

Thread began 11/14/2018 11:57 am by administration282761 | Last modified 11/20/2018 4:24 pm by administration282761 | 58 views | 13 replies

administration282761

Dear Ray

Many thanks.

As you suggested, I downloaded and installed the newest DB build 2.33 - (which BTW installed with Project 7 extension manager!)

Then on a fresh new website I generated a new Contact Form - removed the Security Question and it worked successfully.
The bug that mixes up the e-mail configuration is still there but it is easily fixed by accessing the Server Behavior again.
That was good.

Then I tried to generate a new Contact Form on a new page where the e-mail address is dynamically generated i.e the e-mail "To." address comes from a database such as:

$Email->addTo("".($rsMarket->getColumnVal("email")) ."");

But, unfortunately this did not work and no e-mail was sent.

To test the form, I changed this to a static address:

$Email->addTo("email@domainname.com");

And this worked. So I know the form was working and the smtp configuration was in order.

After much testing, I decided to generate the CC e-mail function from the database.
$Email->addCC("".($rsMarket->getColumnVal("email")) ."");

and, using a static "To" e-mail address, this worked which shows that getting an e-mail from the database does indeed function.
But changing the "CC" to " To" in the same dynamic string did not solve the problem.

Also this did not work either:

$Email->addTo("".($rsMarket->getColumnVal("email")) ."");
$Email->addCC("".($rsMarket->getColumnVal("email")) ."");


Any ideas?

Thanks again for your time.

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