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Form sent to email address depending on option chosen

Thread began 8/18/2009 6:01 pm by MsEvette | Last modified 4/05/2010 11:59 am by MsEvette | 7000 views | 11 replies

tjcdesigner404762

presale question

Hello. I am interested in your email extension, currently version 4 I think.

I was happy to find this thread as it is exactly what I want to do, have the user choose a department to mail the form to. The only problem is that I do not want the e-mail addresses in the HTML for bots to find like I see here. Can you show me how to avoid that? Looking at another companies product and asking the same question, they suggested a switch solution. For their product they suggested:

In this case create select field:
<select name="email_to">
<option value="department_1">Department 1</option>
<option value="department_2">Department 2</option>
...
</select>

Then in email template use:
To: {#sw(email_to, "department_1,department_2...", "email@address.1,email@address.2...")#}
...


Which is of course using their template system and irrelevant to your extension but i think you can see what I am trying to do.

...actually, looking at this thread, I am confident that this can be done and since it's a holiday I am guessing it might be a while until you respond. Using your money-back guarantee, I may buy your extension and experiment or use the working solution you have here and then modify with your response to me. I am not a coder but can usually see whats going on to copy and paste and get it working. Please post a clear solution. I look forward to getting this working ASAP. :)

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