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Simple Contact Form - Format Output


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Hi,

I'm an abolute newbie in processwire an it's modules. But I have read huge amounts of posts in this forum and as many docs and i learnt a lot in the last days. For a contact-form i used this great module (many thanks) and i hooked it my first time. Everything is alright. Now i search for a possibility to format or render the output in the email. Is there any posibility?

Thank you for your replies

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Hi and welcome to the forum @ihathome

 

59 minutes ago, ihathome said:

Now i search for a possibility to format or render the output in the email. Is there any posibility?

 

If I understand correctly, in your admin page, go to Modules > Configure > SimpleContactForm then check the following screenshot :

 

scf.thumb.png.bd9bcd83d0efd20c2975b7a4f6e7af88.png

 

PS: You should ask your module related questions in their respective thread ;)

For SCF, here you go: https://processwire.com/talk/topic/8254-simple-contact-form/

 

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