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Step 3: Configuring Contact Form Options of the Contact Form Builder.

3.2 Email Options of WordPress Contact Form Builder
3.2.1 Send Email. Choose whether to send emails to administrator(s)/submitter or not.

3.2.2 Email to Administrator

  • Email to send submissions to. Here you provide e-mails to which submitted form information is sent. If you need more than one e-mail address, you must separate them by commas. This field is not required.
  • Email From. Here you specify the email address from which the administrator(s) receives the submission email (sender’s email). If you have an email address field in your form, you can use this user-submitted email address.
  • From Name. Here you specify the sender’s name which is shown in submission email. You can also select a field to be displayed as a sender’s name using + button, e.g. the submitter’s name field.
  • Reply to:(if different from "Email From").  Here you can specify the email address the administrator can reply to. If you have an email address field in your form, you can use this user-submitted email address.
  • CC.  Provide additional email/emails to send the submissions to. The receiver will be able to view all the emails receiving the submissions.
  • BCC.  Provide additional email/emails to send the submissions to. The receiver will not be able to view the emails receiving the submissions.
  • Subject.  You can provide a text to be used as a subject for the email. In addition using + button you can select any of the form fields to be set as a separate subject for the email or use it with additional text, e.g. Submission of + %Name%.
  • Mode.  Specify the mode of the email to the administrator- HTML or text.
  • Custom Text in Email For Administrator. Here you can add custom texts, images, and custom HTML to the e-mail message that is sent to the administrator, as well as choose which fields of the submitted form are included in the e-mail (set to ‘all’ by default).

3.2.3 Email to User

  • Send to. By checking the box the submitters will receive their copy of the filled form.
    Email From. Here you specify the email address from which the users receive the submission email.
  • From Name. Here you specify the sender’s name which is shown in submission email which the users receive. You can also select a field to be displayed as a sender’s name using + button, e.g. the submitter’s name field.
  • Reply to:(if different from "Email From").  Here you can specify the email address the user can reply to.
  • CC.  Provide additional email/emails to send the submissions to. The receiver will be able to view all the emails receiving the submissions.
  • BCC.  Provide additional email/emails to send the submissions to. The receiver will not be able to view the emails receiving the submissions.
  • Subject.  You can provide a text to be used as a subject for the email. In addition using + button you can select any of the form fields to be set as a separate subject for the email or use it with additional text, e.g. Submission of + %Name%.
  • Mode.  Specify the mode of the email to the administrator- HTML or text.
  • Custom Text in Email For User. Here you can add custom texts, images, and custom HTML to the e-mail message that is sent to the administrator, as well as choose which fields of the submitted form are included in the e-mail (set to ‘all’ by default).

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