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"Reply-To" mail field without name
November 14, 2011
6:52 pm
Aliaksei Smirnou
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Hello.

It is possible to make "Reply-To" email-field like this:

Reply-to: John Doe <mail@example.com> #name from cform field
 
in this momment cforms send emails without name:
Reply-to: mail@example.com
 
Thanks

February 8, 2012
7:43 am
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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in theory yes, but it would require extra coding to determine what input filed contains the name of the person, which could be any field. 

or…better yet, I'll add a routine to my-functions.php to allow to overwrite the reply-to address on the fly, then it is up to you to assemble the complete REPLY-TO.

I'll add it to the todo…

good point!

March 18, 2013
7:57 pm
Lennart
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Hi,

I have the same wish.
Could it be possible to just dismiss the "Reply-to:" field in the header?
Then the reply will automatic go to: John Doe <mail@example.com> #name from cform field

Lennart

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