Subject line in form (See more user questions)
For the subject line, have a look at this page on my support section:
Use it in conjunction with a hidden form input, like:
<input type="hidden" name="subject" value="some subject">
For the email, have a look at this page:
It might not be exactly what you are after, but it should give you the idea.
Email addresses used to be coded into forms, but this proved to be very
fertile ground for spam email harvesters, which is why scripts today, don't
have the address in the form code.
Any questions, just let me know.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, August 06, 2009 4:29 PM
Subject: RE: FormToEmail-Pro script
Hi Charles :)
I have a new question for you: Is there a way to have the subject and
recipient on the form page instead of on the script to allow for the script
to be used by multiple forms and each to send to different recipients and
have different subject lines?
As it is, in order to have multiple forms, each sending to a different email
address and each having a different subject line, is to have multiple copies
of formtoemailpro.php, each with different configurations for step 2 and 3.
That will create an organizational nightmare here as I have been told that
each company (17 for now but more to be added in the future) will need to
have its own form.
Let me know if there is an easy solution for this.