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Universal Email (mail to syntax)

Thread began 6/12/2014 6:01 pm by z.marko348039 | Last modified 6/13/2014 10:57 am by Jason Byrnes | 381 views | 3 replies |

z.marko348039

Universal Email (mail to syntax)

I would like to ask about the Universal Email syntax for "Mail To".

I have a php page and I used Universal Email to gather the data. During testing I sent it to myself. Now I need to have the form send the data to my client's email address.

I just upgraded to Dreamweaver CS6 and my Univ Email is in the older CSS Form Builder when I was using DW CS5. Now that I have DW6, and I haven't yet upgraded to Data Bridge, I need to make this email change in another way.

I've found the code in DW's code view: $RecipArray[$CurIndex ][] = "myName@somewhere.net";

Can I just change the email to my client's email address on this line? And, is there any other place where I change the email address, perhaps in one of the script files?

Thank you.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, that line controls the To Address for the email.

you can edit that code to change the to address:

$RecipArray[$CurIndex ][] = "anotherName@anotherDomain.net";

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z.marko348039

Thank you for your reply.

I am thinking of upgrading to Data Bridge now that I have DW CS6. A quick question, though -- since I built some forms and applied Validation and Univ Email using CSS Form Builder, will Data Bridge work on these older pages seamlessly? In other words, I wouldn't have to recreate the form on these older pages?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, you can use Data Bridge to edit your pages created with Form Builder.

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