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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!
- 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.
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.
- Follow the usual Drupal installation procedure.
- Turn on the module. (By default, there will be no Reply-To address for pre-existing Webform e-mails.)
- A Reply-To field will automatically be added to the Webform's e-mail settings.
- Maintenance status: Minimally maintained
- Development status: Maintenance fixes only
- Module categories: Mail
- Reported installs: 6,312 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 14,381
- Last modified: May 28, 2015
- Stable releases are covered by the security advisory policy.
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