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Email from dynamic dropdown list

Thread began 7/30/2010 12:04 pm by christina.elissa4324782 | Last modified 8/16/2010 3:30 pm by christina.elissa4324782 | 1453 views | 14 replies

christina.elissa4324782

I believe I may have confused the situation by keeping the email recordset in the file. I do not believe I need a third recordset for what I want to do. I attempted doing what you suggested but it made the email list function as another child list rather than as a target list like I want. So, I started over.

The dynamic list appears to be working correctly. I can click on the parent list and see the correct information in the child list. I can then add the emails I want into the email list.

The emails are not being transferred to the ‘to’ setting in my email. I have tested by putting an email address in the $RecipArray[$CurIndex ][] = "me@myemail.com"; section (which sends) rather than
$RecipArray[$CurIndex ][] = "".((isset($_POST["email"]))?$_POST["email"]:"") .""; (which does not send)

I assume I am still not putting the email(s) as values in the target/email list. However I believe I have set up the dynamic list correctly and am unsure where else I’m supposed to put the value.

I have the parent record set (referencing a class table) that has classID and className.

I have the child record set (referencing the userInfo table and I LEFT JOIN the classNusers link table in order to connect it with the parent record set) that has classID, userID, and email. I have joined the users table in order to filter out unwanted emails for testing purposes, but will be deleted after everything is resolved.

Thank you again for your help.

Attached Files
email_general.php.zip

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