Confirmation mail after a form has been filled in

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Hello!

We would like to send a confirmation mail to a user that has filled in a form, in addition to showing a "thank you"-page. Unfortunalety this is not an intranet site where users have logged in and where we have user information like email address. The user has to enter his/her email when filling in the form.

But, how can I access this information? If we assume that all forms contain a mandatory field "epost". Is there an easy way to get the content of this field when the form is posted? (Or possibly afterwards, from the "thank you"-page)

All suggestions are welcome.

/Mårten

#22477
Aug 06, 2008 17:10
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Yes, if you're using an HTML textfield:

string email = Request.Form["epost"];

or if you're using an ASP.NET TextBox:

string email = epost.Text;

Then:

Response.Redirect ("/path to thank-you page")

 

#22916
Aug 20, 2008 16:51
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I think this could be something you're looking for:

http://world.episerver.com/en/Download/Code-Samples/XForms/Send-custom-email/

/Björn

#23005
Aug 23, 2008 17:17