Difference between revisions of "How can I send an automatic message to people who fill out my Contact Form?"


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You must have a form element that accepts the visitor's email address for this feature to work.<br />
 
You must have a form element that accepts the visitor's email address for this feature to work.<br />
 
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1. Log into Bravenet and click on "Email Forms" in your list of registered services.<br />
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1. Log into your Bravenet account<br />
2. Click "Auto Responders"<br />
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2. Click on the Web Apps tab<br />
3. Add an "Auto-responder name" which is the same as the email input field name for the email address in your form<br />
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3. Click on "Email Forms" in your list of Web Tools<br />
4. Enter the Subject and Message for the automatic reply you want to be sent<br />
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4. Click "Auto Responders"<br />
5. Scroll down and click the "Save Changes >>" button<br />
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5. Add an "Auto-responder name" which is the same as the email input field name for the email address in your form<br />
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6. Enter the Subject and Message for the automatic reply you want to be sent<br />
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7. Scroll down and click the "Save Changes >>" button<br />
 
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Example: If you name the Auto-Responder 'replyemail', then you would add the following tag inside of your email form tags on your website:<br />
 
Example: If you name the Auto-Responder 'replyemail', then you would add the following tag inside of your email form tags on your website:<br />

Revision as of 13:16, 4 August 2011

You must have a form element that accepts the visitor's email address for this feature to work.

1. Log into your Bravenet account
2. Click on the Web Apps tab
3. Click on "Email Forms" in your list of Web Tools
4. Click "Auto Responders"
5. Add an "Auto-responder name" which is the same as the email input field name for the email address in your form
6. Enter the Subject and Message for the automatic reply you want to be sent
7. Scroll down and click the "Save Changes >>" button

Example: If you name the Auto-Responder 'replyemail', then you would add the following tag inside of your email form tags on your website:

<input type="text" name="replyemail">