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Email Settings

Email Settings basically enables you to configure where the email needs to be delivered once a user submits the form. You can configure unlimited email notifications. For example: Admin Email Notification that is triggered to admin, User Notification email that is triggered to the user who fills up the form.

First, you need to turn on the Email settings to start sending Email notifications with Everest Forms.

Emails Settings allows you to configure “To” and “From” email addresses for the emails. You can also customize the subject and add additional message attached to the forms if you wish. You can access the Email Settings Page from your individual Form settings tab.

Setting up Admin Email Notification

By default, an Admin Notification email setup is already created on any form you create. However, you need to check the email settings to be sure that emails are delivered correctly.

For this go to your individual Form —>Settings—>Email—>Admin Notification.

To Address:

To Address refers to the email address where you would like this email notification to be delivered once a user submits the form. Since we are setting up an admin notification email we enter the admin email here.

You can add more than one email address by separating each email with comma

From Name:

From Name enables you to add the desired Name to be displayed when sending the form. Basically, if the email is being triggered to Admin then you may want to add the user’s name who filled the form. It is possible to dynamically grab the Name by using Smart Tags.

If you are using smart tag make sure you have Name field required in your form else this might be empty if the user doesn’t fill up their name in the form. Empty From Name might create an issue in email delivery. If the email is being delivered to the user for e.g. User Notification email, you may want to add your company name or site name in the From Name.

From Address:

From address refers to the email address from where the forms are sent. For this you can use your admin email

Reply To:

Reply To address refers to the email address where you would like the email to replied when the email receiver clicks on the reply in their email service. Since we are setting up admin email notification then you may want to set the reply to address to the email address of the user who filled up the form. You can do this by using the smart tags as instructed in the From Name above.

If this is user notification email then you may want to set reply to address to admin email.

Email Subject:

You can add the subject of the emails sent along with the form if you want right here.

Email Message:

Any specific message that you would like to send each time on the form can be written here.

{all_fields} smart tag can be used to display all the form fields information filled by the user. This is very handy if you as an admin would like to receive all the field information to be delivered to your email address.

Setting up User Email Notification:

Sending a confirmation email to your user is great way to connect with your visitors who filled the form. You can do this by setting up a user notification email.

For this simply click on the Add New Email button.

A popup will appear, give it a name. For e.g let’s name it User Email Notification. Then click OK

Now simply start filling the To Address, From Address, Reply To Address and other details.

In the To Address use smart tag to grab the email address of the person who filled the form.

In the From Name you can enter your site name or your business name

For the From Address you can use your admin email

In the Reply To enter the admin email. This is the email address where you would like your users to reply to.

Similarly fill the Email Subject and Email Message. If you want to send a copy of all the form field details to the user who filled the form, then you can use the {all_fields} smart tags.

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