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How to place email address as sender

Thread began 6/09/2015 9:47 am by operations439446 | Last modified 6/20/2015 11:09 pm by Ray Borduin | 384 views | 4 replies |

operations439446

How to place email address as sender

HI, I have a form here http://ellesalonltd.com/inquiry.php
The third field is a required email address.
How can this email address be used as the "sender" so when elle salon receive the form return they can just click on "reply" to reply to the sender of the form.
Currently they have to copy/paste the email into a new message.
Possible?
Thanks as always
Bob

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Instead of the sender, you should set it as the reply-to.... setting it as the sender can cause deliver-ability issues.

Just click the "from..." button in front of the field in the Email server behavior and it will open a sub-UI where the Reply-to address can be set.

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operations439446

Hi Ray,

The reply should go to whom ever filled out that form the the address entered in the email field of the form and not a fixed reply address. Trying to have reply go to that sender which will be different every form.

Thanks,
Bob

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, go to that page and click the lightning bolt. Then select the email field from the submitted form as the Reply To value.

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operations439446

Thank you

Hi Ray,

That worked. Thank you so much....

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