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scottie created the topic: Newbie with Forms

I currently use JSN Unofrms but it is lacking in a feature that I need. Taht is the ability to have a form send to multiple email address

Using Breezing Form Free for trial purposes

Setup

I have 2 departments

1. Sales & Service
2. Training & Standards

I have tried following the tutorial here
crosstec.org/en/support/online-documenta...ly-to-addresses.html

and here

crosstec.org/en/forums/3-breezingforms-f...n-emails.html#228506

It is not abundantly clear what goes where

what I have done

1. created a new form
2. added the following input files, name, subject, email, and message

according to the documentation I need to add a email filed but there is element option to add and email. my guess it's the primary email address for the form

3. when to the advanced tab more option but it's not clear what I need to add here

all I need to know is what goes were?

I need to have this resolved before I purchase pro version and my issue is time sensitive needs to be fix ASAP

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mihaela replied the topic: Newbie with Forms

Hello,

If you just wish to send Admin email to multiple addresses, than you can simply list the email in "Email address(es)" in form's Properties separated by semi-colon.
Here is an example:
"mail1@email.com;mail2@email.com;mail3@email.com" .

That will do the trick.

If you wish to send email to different addresses depending on a selection that user makes in a select list element in your form, there are two ways to do so.

Here is the first one explained: crosstec.org/en/support/online-documenta...ifferent-emails.html . So, in properties of the Select list element in List textarea write something like this:
0;Title1;mail1@email.com
0;Title2;mail2@email.com
0;Title3;mail3@email.com
Other than that, you need to check the "Mailback" checkbox in Advanced properties of your select list.

The second way to do so is as explained here crosstec.org/en/support/online-documenta...ly-to-addresses.html .
So, in properties of the Select list element in List textarea write something like this:
0;Title1;value1
0;Title2;value2
0;Title3;value3
Then in "Email address(es)" in form's Properties write something like this:
{NAME-OF-SELECT: value1 > mail1@email.com, value2 > mail2@email.com, value3 > mail3@email.com}

Let me know whether that clears the situation and whether you understand how it works.
If you have more questions, feel free to ask.

Regards,

Mihaela
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