A key part of the Webform module is sending e-mails. Webform lets you customize the name and e-mail address that is used for outgoing e-mails, but often this is not enough. You cannot use Webform to set a custom "Reply-To" e-mail header, for instance. That's where this module comes in!

See a fully-narrated sample use case.

Compatibility

  • Version 7.x-2.x is compatible with Webform 7.x-4.x.
  • Version 7.x-1.x is compatible with Webform 7.x-3.x.
  • Version 6.x-1.x is compatible with Webform 6.x-3.x.

Note:

Similar functionality is included in the core Webform module beginning with version 7.x-4.3, rendering this module unnecessary. The bundled functionality is applied to all forms when enabled and supports a single system-wide sender address, though the Reply-To header remains configurable per form. If upgrading to Webform 7.x-4.3 or later from a system using Webform Reply-To 7.x-2.x, note that the settings for the latter aren't automatically maintained. You'll need to configure the Reply-To settings manually in the global "Webform settings" (admin/config/content/webform) and in "E-mail header details" for each Webform. You should disable and uninstall the Webform Reply-To module when the bundled functionality is in use.

More detailed notes on migration are available here.

Installation instructions

  1. Follow the usual Drupal installation procedure.
  2. Turn on the module. (By default, there will be no Reply-To address for pre-existing Webform e-mails.)
  3. A Reply-To field will automatically be added to the Webform's e-mail settings.

Sponsorship

Module development sponsored by GroupTracks. If you are interested in having this module customized, you can reach us at drupal@grouptracks.com.

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