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Problems with Tell-A-Friend
Tags: T-A-F
November 14, 2012
7:07 pm
LeisureLarry
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There seems to be a problem with TAF. I'm testing the preset (02_form_preset_taf.txt) and just disabled ajax in the form settings.

I've entered the following email adresses:

FROM: email address
admin@example.com

Admin email address(es)
post@example.com (shouldn't be needed by taf, but empty is not possible)

Your email
your@example.com

Your Friend's Email
friend@example.com

lib_email.php is sending both mails.

First mail:

$from: admin@example.com (correct)
$to: post@example.com (wrong, should be your@example.com)
$replyto: friend@example.com (wrong, should be empty)
$adminEmail: true
Subject: A comment from Your Name (wrong, should be cc subject)

Second mail:

$from: admin@example.com (correct)
$to: friend@example.com
$replyto: your@example.com
$adminEmail: false
Subject: Re: Your note (wrong, should be default subject)

Has anybody a solution for this problem?

Greats from Germany
Jan

November 15, 2012
6:45 pm
LeisureLarry
Guest

Today I've tested the t-a-f-form without autoresponder and with the cc-field. Same problem, but I've recognized that the first mail should go to friend@example.com and the second mail to your@example.com, because the second mail is triggered by the cc-field.

WordPress 3.4.2
cforms 14.6

Greats from Germany
Jan

November 21, 2012
10:08 am
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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It works as designed, the first email is supposed to go to the admin, not the user.

Your second approach is not supported.

November 23, 2012
2:12 pm
LeisureLarry
Guest

*German*

Hallo Oliver,

dann verstehe ich das Konzept nicht. Tell-a-Friend soll doch einen Freund benachrichtigen (was die zweite Mail macht). Das CC-Feld sagt aus, daß eine Kopie an meine E-Mail-Adresse gehen soll. Wieso sollte diese Kopie an den Admin gehen und nicht denjenigen, der das Formular ausfüllt? Der Admin hat doch in diesem Fall im Sinne des Datenschutzes bzw. der Datenminimierung keinerlei Anrecht auf eine Kopie.

Oder übersehe ich eine Option, mit ich die Admin-Benachrichtigung deaktivieren UND stattdessen eine Benachrichtigung vom Formulareintrager erreiche?

Grüße aus Nürnberg
Jan

November 23, 2012
2:23 pm
LeisureLarry
Guest

*German*

Hallo Oliver,

oder gibt es zumindest eine Möglichkeit T-a-F ohne CC UND ohne Admin-Mail zu nutzen? Wenn ich "Turn off admin email" aktiviere, wird ja gar nichts mehr verschickt.

Grüße aus Nürnberg
Jan

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