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Reason should be the subject. To add the users email address, edit this line in the main_controller fileHillBilly419 wrote:Hey Rich, I hate to bug you again, but is it possible to get the email address and the "reason" in the subject line that get posted in the forum?
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submit_post('post', $subject . ' - ' . $data['email'], $this->user->data['username'], POST_NORMAL, $poll, $post_data);
Nope, sorry.also, while i am bugging you is it possible to get a referring page on the incoming post ( the page the person was on when they pushed the contact us button)??
agreed on the subject, but for reasons of our site we also need to classify by email address. It just makes it easier on us rather than editing the subject line and inserting the address on every contact us form. For us an email address is unique so it doesn't matter if we need members separated from guests. TY very much!!RMcGirr83 wrote:Reason should be the subject.
BUT that will also add registered users email addresses to the subject line of the topic as well.
HillBilly419 wrote:also, while i am bugging you is it possible to get a referring page on the incoming post ( the page the person was on when they pushed the contact us button)??
thanks anyhow. I've edited the text in the contact us box to say please include the URL you are contacting us about... it is as good as it gets I guess, but either people don't read it, or just don't know what a URL is....RMcGirr83 wrote:Nope, sorry.
RMcGirr83 wrote:Members name is included in the message sent to the forum (which is a clickable link). If a guest the email address is included within the message sent in the forum post.
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$subject . ' - ' . $data['email']
I haven't had any conflicts using it with that recaptcha2 extension.