FormIt email Hook
The email hook will email out your form contents to any email(s).
|emailTpl||Required. Tpl chunk for email message. If one is not specified, it will send a list of fields with their values.|
|emailSubject||The subject of the email.|
|emailUseFieldForSubject||If 1, and the field 'subject' is passed, then will use that field's value as the email's subject line.|
|emailTo||A comma-separated list of emails to send to.|
|emailToName||Optional. A comma-separated list of names to pair with the emailTo values.|
|emailFrom||Optional. If set, will specify the From: address for the email. If not set, will first look for an
|emailFromName||Optional. If set, will specify the From: name for the email.|
|emailHtml||Optional. Whether or not the email should be in HTML-format. Defaults to 1.|
|emailConvertNewlines||Optional. If set to 1, will convert all newlines to br tags.|
|emailReplyTo||An email to set as the reply-to. If not set, will first look for an
|emailReplyToName||Optional. The name for the Reply-To field.|
|emailCC||A comma-separated list of emails to send via cc.|
|emailCCName||Optional. A comma-separated list of names to pair with the emailCC values.|
|emailBCC||A comma-separated list of emails to send via bcc.|
|emailBCCName||Optional. A comma-separated list of names to pair with the emailBCC values.|
|emailMultiWrapper||Wraps values submitted by checkboxes/multi-selects with this value. Defaults to just the value. (1.6.0+)|
|emailMultiSeparator||Separates checkboxes/multi-selects with this value. Defaults to a newline. (1.6.0+)|
Any of the email hook properties can have placeholders of field names from your form in them that will be evaluated.
Simply specify it as a hook in your FormIt call, and then specify the email-specific properties in the FormIt call as well.
[[!FormIt? ... &hooks=`email` &emailTpl=`CentralizedDebtObligationEmailTpl` &emailSubject=`Some Sucker Bought Another CDO` &emailToemail@example.com` &emailCCfirstname.lastname@example.org` &emailBCCemail@example.com` &emailBCCName=`CDO Fraud Informant` ]]
Note the &emailTpl property points to the name of a Chunk. In that Chunk, you'll have placeholders for each field in your form. Our Chunk could look like this:
<p>Hello,</p> <p>[[+name]] just purchased the CDO package: [[+cdo_package]].</p> <p>Their email: [[+email]]</p> <p>Thanks!</p>
This assumes, of course, that you have the fields "name", "cdo_package" and "email" in your form.
Specifying a Dynamic To Address
An example is using the form to specify who to send to:
[[!FormIt? ... &emailTo=`[[+addressTo]]` ]] ... <select name="addressTo"> <option value="firstname.lastname@example.org" [[!+fi.addressTo:FormItIsSelectedemail@example.com`]]>John</option> <option value="firstname.lastname@example.org" [[!+fi.addressTo:FormItIsSelectedemail@example.com`]]>Jane</option> </select>
This will send the email to whoever is selected in the "addressTo" field.
Using a Subject Field as the Email Subject Line
Let's say you have a subject field in your form. You want that to be the subject of the email sent out. The email hook has the ability to do this:
[[!FormIt? ... &emailUseFieldForSubject=`1` ]]
This will then look for a field named "subject" that will be used in the email. If it's not found or empty, it will default to the &emailSubject property.
Handling Checkboxes and Multi-Selects in the Email
FormIt, as of 1.6.0+, will automatically handle checkboxes and combine them into one field. You can use the &emailMultiSeparator and &emailMultiWrapper properties to specify how they are joined. For example, to wrap checkboxes in LI tags:
[[!FormIt? ... &emailMultiWrapper=`<li>[[+value]]</li>` ]]
Or just to separate them with BR tags:
[[!FormIt? ... &emailMultiSeparator=`<br />` ]]