[Pro] Can forms handle "cc"?

I’m in Freeway 4.4.2 and using Tim’s PHP Feedback Form and the Validate Suite for a contact page. My client wonders whether I can make the form return to one person, with a “cc” to another.

Is this possible without mental gymnastics?

Thanks.


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Hi Laura,
Not directly although you can insert multiple recipients in the to
field;
email@hidden, email@hidden
Regards,
Tim.

On 16 Oct 2009, at 15:21, LauraB wrote:

I’m in Freeway 4.4.2 and using Tim’s PHP Feedback Form and the
Validate Suite for a contact page. My client wonders whether I can
make the form return to one person, with a “cc” to another.

Is this possible without mental gymnastics?

Thanks.

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Just as a matter of interest in case there is anyone must have copies
of their web form emails sent by ‘cc’, the PHP easiForm action has the
option to cc the emails up to 3 addresses, this is located under the
‘Advanced’ option of the action.

HTH

On Oct 16, 2009, at 4:25 PM, Tim Plumb wrote:

Hi Laura,
Not directly although you can insert multiple recipients in the to
field;
email@hidden, email@hidden
Regards,
Tim.

On 16 Oct 2009, at 15:21, LauraB wrote:

I’m in Freeway 4.4.2 and using Tim’s PHP Feedback Form and the
Validate Suite for a contact page. My client wonders whether I can
make the form return to one person, with a “cc” to another.

Is this possible without mental gymnastics?

Thanks.


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Tim, not to sound as appallingly ignorant of this stuff as I am, but when you note “email@hidden,” why the “hidden?” Or are you saying that essentially I can have the form return to multiple recipients, but not as a “cc?”

That would probably be okay, too.

Also, if I use multiple recipients, do I separate them with a comma, or just a space, or nothing?

On 16 Oct 2009, 2:25 pm, Tim Plumb wrote:

Hi Laura,
Not directly although you can insert multiple recipients in the to
field;
email@hidden, email@hidden
Regards,
Tim.


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Hi Laura,
I suspect you are viewing this on the FWTalk web site. Email addresses
(even the ones I make up like those in my last message) get cleverly
masked by the forum.
The crux of my message is that you can add multiple recipients to the
‘to’ field, each one separated with a comma and the server should send
each a copy of the e-mail.
Regards,
Tim.

On 16 Oct 2009, at 15:50, LauraB wrote:

Tim, not to sound as appallingly ignorant of this stuff as I am, but
when you note “email@hidden,” why the “hidden?” Or are you saying
that essentially I can have the form return to multiple recipients,
but not as a “cc?”

That would probably be okay, too.

Also, if I use multiple recipients, do I separate them with a comma,
or just a space, or nothing?

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Thanks so much again, Tim. That’s perfect! I appreciate your willingness to share information so often.

Laura

On 16 Oct 2009, 2:57 pm, Tim Plumb wrote:

Hi Laura,
I suspect you are viewing this on the FWTalk web site. Email addresses
(even the ones I make up like those in my last message) get cleverly
masked by the forum.
The crux of my message is that you can add multiple recipients to the
‘to’ field, each one separated with a comma and the server should send
each a copy of the e-mail.
Regards,
Tim.

On 16 Oct 2009, at 15:50, LauraB wrote:

Tim, not to sound as appallingly ignorant of this stuff as I am, but
when you note “email@hidden,” why the “hidden?” Or are you saying
that essentially I can have the form return to multiple recipients,
but not as a “cc?”

That would probably be okay, too.

Also, if I use multiple recipients, do I separate them with a comma,
or just a space, or nothing?

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