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Insert form id?

  • A simple questin – how would I insert a generated forms id into the email that gets sent? It would be used for easier reference – if you didn’t get an answer, you give us the id you got in the email and than we check what happened to it, was it read etc.

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  • Plugin Author Takayuki Miyoshi

    @takayukister

    I’m not sure if I understand your need though, inserting [_url] into the mail body might help. See the doc for detail.

    Special Mail Tags

    Heh sorry about not being clear enough. I meant the id of the form instance, or submission.

    Every submission gets an ID in the database of CF7, so I would like to include that ID in the outgoing emails.

    So for instance, when I make the first submission, I would get an email that informs me my message has an ID number 1.

    The plugin Contact Form to DB Extension clearly outputs all submissions in a table, so I guess there should be a way to output some form of an ID.

    Basically, keeping track of all submissions – if the person in charge gets, for instance emails with submissions 123467, then he/she automatically knows something’s wrong since the submission 5 wasn’t delivered.

    …”database of CF7″ The database is not CF7 it is part of that plugin.
    Perhaps try the Contact Form to DB Extension plugin forum.

    E.g.
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/query-utilizing-wpdb-get_results-instead-of-mysql-query?replies=14
    and
    http://cfdbplugin.com/?page_id=367

    But this probably means that the mail was send already and you may want to do something in-between ?!

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