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EmailRecipient::allow_unbound_recipient_fields

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Josh M

@dorsetdigital As a "we have received your submission" confirmation-type email

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@dorsetdigital so the form can send "you" a record of the email that was sent. It's off by default because of the spam potential 🙂

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@Josh M I got burned by this recently. It's a config option that defaults to false

dorsetdigital

No, but that makes sense to me. Why would a person want to send an email to themselves via a form?

Josh M

Using the userforms module trying to send an email to the person who filled out the form. There is a required email field on the form. It is not giving me the option to select this field as the "to" address. It is only allowing me to select dropdown fields, not text fields or email fields. Has anybody experienced this?