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Selectable recipients (2 posts)

  1. PaulGJ
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Hello,

    In my contactform I would like to create a dropdown field with selectable recipients, about like this:

    select your volunteer:
    mister1 mister1@mail.nothing.xx
    mister2 mister2@mail.nothing.xx
    mister3 mister3@mail.nothing.xx
    and so on.

    What I would like that visitors can send their message directly to one of the volunteers. Obvious the mail adresses should be hided.

    Can anyone help me with this?

    Thank you in advance
    PaulGJ

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/si-contact-form/

  2. ablesa
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Just click on the Email Settings tab, go to Email To section, and write down your email one per each line.. like this:

    Email address the messages are sent to (your email). For basic operation, just enter an email address or accept the suggested address already filled in for you.

    If you add multiple email addresses, a drop down list will be created on the contact form. Each contact can have a name and an email address separated by a comma. Separate each contact by pressing enter. If you need to add more than one contact, follow this example:
    Email address the messages are sent to (your email). For basic operation, just enter an email address. If you add multiple email addresses, a drop down list will be created on the contact form. Each contact can have a name and an email address separated by a comma. Separate each contact by pressing enter. If you need to add more than one contact, follow this example:
    If you need to use a comma in the name, escape it with a back slash, like this: \,
    Webmaster,user1@example.com
    Sales,user2@example.com

    You can have multiple emails per contact using [cc]Carbon Copy. Separate each email with a semicolon. Follow this example:
    Sales,user3@example.com;user4@example.com;user5@example.com

    You can specify [cc]Carbon Copy or [bcc]Blind Carbon Copy by using tags. Separate each email with a semicolon. Follow this example:
    Sales,user3@example.com;[cc]user1@example.com;[cc]user2@example.com;[bcc]user3@example.com;[bcc]user4@example.com

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