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Thread began 6/17/2010 10:43 am by sajidkhan398239 | Last modified 6/23/2010 4:57 pm by Jimmy Wu | 841 views | 3 replies |

sajidkhan398239

submitting the form

Sorry to have created a new thread as I cannot find an answer for my problem.

I have created a new form and was wondering how i get to post the form to my email address. Usually its the "mailto" command for the basic forms. I've looked in the files but cant find the bit I need to edit so that I can add my email address.

Please help asap!

Thanks

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Jimmy Wu

Form Builder actually doesn't have any built in mailing functionality. It is just a form designing tool. If you want to set up email functionality and are unable to write the mail code on your own, you can use our extension, Universal Email, to apply this.

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sajidkhan398239

from fields are blank in email

Thank you for the reply. Now that I have Universal email. I click in the table where my form is. I then add the creat email function following the video tutorial on the webassist website. when I send the form from my server I receive the form blank although i fill out all the fields.

Please can you help. Thanks again.

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Jimmy Wu

If you go to the server behaviors panel and double click on the Universal Email server behavior, is the from field filled out in the interface?

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