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Can UE do this? If so, how?

Thread began 5/07/2009 11:06 am by mike378967 | Last modified 5/11/2009 7:53 am by Ray Borduin | 1830 views | 3 replies |


Can UE do this? If so, how?

Hi there

I bought UE about 30 minutes ago, thinking it would be able to do what I'm looking for. But I'm thinking now that it can't. So before I begin the refund process, I thought I'd run it by you all first.

I have a contact form set up on my site. What I would to happen when the user clicks Submit is the following:
1. A first email is sent to me containing the contents of the form, formatted nicely.
2. A second "thanks for contacting me" email is sent to the email address supplied to the form.

Working through the example recipe I can do the first item, but I can't seem to do the second.

Is this possible?


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On furhter use of the plugin, it looks like I can insert more than one instance of UE, but they both use the same configuration files. Disappointing. Guess I'm off to the returns desk.

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Try this.

Create two pages. One for the contact form and another to send another message. On the first Trigger it with Any Form Post, redirect to the second page and Trigger it with Before Page Loads and send the second message.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You should be able to add two completely distinct and separate emails. They will only use the same function library includes the details of the email are separate.

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