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I'm currently working with the Contact Form plugin from P&T. I don't need much more, but as usual the client wants to:

  • See the email address and name in the body of the mail (he won't understand the way it works now).

Is there a way to get this done?

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I ended up hacking the ContactFormService.php file with some extra code for the body

It's actually quite simple:

$email->body = "Sender: ".$message->fromName."\n\nEmail-addreas: ".$message->fromEmail."\n\nMessage: ".$message->message;

Same thing for cc mail

I understood 2.2 will have a plugin hook for this kind of added functionality (emails.onBeforeSend event)

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Your options are either:

1) Hack the plugin to get it to add name and email to the body.

2) Use a more robust form-building plugin.

3) Use JavaScript to add a hidden input to the page that will add it to the body so they don't have to enter an email twice. Something like:

<input id="emailCopy" type="hidden" name="message[emailCopy]" value="my@email.com">
  • This would be a great use-case for a plugin-hook. – Victor In Jul 25 '14 at 17:02
  • @VictorIn Yup... not a bad idea. – Brad Bell Jul 25 '14 at 17:23
  • I've had all three options in my mind. Was hoping there would be some functionality available (the sprout plugin might be to much and is still in development). I've seen a hack here, craftcms.stackexchange.com/questions/376/… that might help a bit. A hook would be better yes, as a designer I'm not sure if that fits my bill – noregt Jul 25 '14 at 18:02
  • I've managed to hack the plugin so that it shows the sender and name. I've asked a developer to do this with a plugin hook, but that appears not to be possible. He needs an added emails.onBeforeSend event to the event list to do that. Is there a way that can be done (feature request I think?) – noregt Jul 31 '14 at 8:58

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