Send A Confirmation Email To Sender
Enabling this setting will turn on the other settings for sending a confirmation email to the person submitting the form. This is optional, but many users like this feature to inform the user that the message was received or to send an attachment. Once this is enabled, you will be able to enter the custom subject line and message.
Confirmation Email Subject
Give your form submitters a great experience by customizing the subject line of the email they receive after submitting the form. NOTE: Please be sure to add a subject because it could cause delivery issues without it.
Confirmation Email From Name
Enter a custom name for the confirmation email, which will show in the recipients inbox as the name label for who sent them the message. This setting also supports merge tags. The default from name will be WordPress site name.
Confirmation Email From Address
Enter a custom email address for the confirmation email, which will show in the recipient inbox as the email address that sent them the message.
Confirmation Email Message
White a custom message for the confirmation email that sends to the person submitting the form. This is a great way to build confidence by letting the submitter know you received the message. You can say things like “Thank you for your message, we will reply as soon as we can” or anything like that to help ease the wait until you reply.
Rich Text HTML Formatting
You can customize the text of your confirmation message with rich text formatting! This gives you the option to edit the text visually or with HTML, just like in Divi. This opens a lot of possibilities for formatting your messages.
Attachments In Confirmation Message
Want to deliver a PDF or other file along with the confirmation email to the person who submits the form? Now you can! We have added the ability add the ID of the file from your WordPress Media Library to the message with this format (xxxx = the attachment ID):
The attachments show just like normal in the inbox.
You can create your own email templates for the confirmation email, then add them dynamically to the contact form to reuse on multiple forms. The email templates feature can be configured from the backend WordPress dashboard by going to the “Contact Form” menu and clicking on “Email Templates.” If you are creating a template for the confirmation email message, click on add new and choose “Confirmation” as the template type. Give it a title, and write the message. Remember to use custom message pattern merge tags. Then go to the Contact Form module to the Confirmation Email and click the gray dynamic content icon (be sure to enable the rich text formatting first). The dynamic content popup will appear, and there you will see the available templates in the list. Select the one you want, and this template will now be the admin email message. (screenshot shows Admin, but will be same for Confirmation)
Confirmation Reply-To Address
If someone replies to the confirmation email, it will reply to the email address used as the module admin email address. In the past, the default reply-to address was just going to the site admin, which is not the best. This is now is a very nice feature.