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briant , June 11 2008, 19:16
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briant 20
June 11 2008, 19:16 #9450
hi! i have a vacation form that's been using the old chronoform (version 1).

when the form is submitted, it is sent out to the "supervisor" and the "requester" from the [email]vacation@company.com[/email] email. however, it sends out 2 separate emails, 1 to the supervisor and 1 to the requester. i would like the supervisor to reply to [email]vacation@company.com[/email] with the "requester's" email CC'd. how to i do that?
GreyHead 64
June 12 2008, 11:27 #9477
Hi briant,

I'm not sure that I understand correctly.

You want the form to send one email to the supervisor, and for the supervisor to reply to [email]vacation@company.com[/email] with a cc to the subscriber??

If that's correct then I'd build a replyto link into the from email like:
mailto:vacation@company.com?subject=xxx&cc=user@example.com
Bob
ChronoForms technical support
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briant 20
June 12 2008, 19:08 #9498
on the cc email, [email]user@example.com[/email], can i put in the element title (e.g. user_email)? where should i put this code, form html?
GreyHead 64
June 13 2008, 12:20 #9515
Hi briant,

You can add field_names (but not anything else) in the Special Fields tab.

Note that there's a little bug that may require you to have a valid email in the General tab (I think only for the main email address though).

Bob
ChronoForms technical support
If you'd like to buy me a coffee or two, thank you very much