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'reply to' help please

Thread began 8/02/2023 3:20 pm by vered435903 | Last modified 9/11/2023 11:57 pm by vered435903 | 145 views | 3 replies


'reply to' help please

Hello! I hope you're having a good day.

This is the first time I'm trying to add a 'reply to' to the email sent on a form submission.
The form is on this page:

I followed the steps in this: and I looked through the other forum answers to see if I could find some tips.

I tried to use the email address from the form submission, but I must have done something wrong. Dreamweaver warned me that there was a syntax error but I uploaded the page anyway and of course it wouldn't load.

The page currently doesn't have the 'reply to' code in it because I needed the form to be functional so there isn't anything for you to troubleshoot. I'm hoping you can tell me what I did wrong so I can do it correctly. Basically, all I did was open that 'reply to' panel by clicking on the 'to' and then I used the lightening to add the form email address to the 'reply to' field. I didn't add anything to any of the other fields.

Thanks in advance!

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