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How to implement {$ANSWER_email} in Reply-To field in EDIT EMAIL TEMPLATE page
#1
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Hello FormToolers,

I have everything set up and running the way I like it, but there's just one thing I can't figure out.

On the EDIT EMAIL TEMPLATE page, I would like to make the reply-to email address return the value of the email field in my form. That way I can simply hit reply to each form.

When I try to add {$ANSWER_email} into the Reply-To field I get the error:

• Please enter a valid custom 'From' email address.
• Please enter a valid custom 'Reply-to' email address.

I realize that it is validating the field, and {$ANSWER_email} does not look like an email address... yet. Can I override this?

Is there a work around for this?

Thanks,

Tom
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#2
Hi Tom,

To do this you will actually need to map the email.

- Go to your form and edit
- Click Email tab and click Edit icon next to email you need to edit
- Click the Recipients tab
- At the top click through and follow the prompts to map your emails here: "Click here to specify which form fields are email fields, so you can target them in your email templates."
- Once mapped there will be an additional option in the drop down for the reply to to choose Form Field Email, please choose that option

Cheers,

Joe
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#3
Hi Joe,

Thank you very much for the walk through. It worked like a charm.

Have a great day,

Tom
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#4
No problem Tom. Happy to help.

Cheers,

Joe
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