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I have created a Unpaid event and connected to the webform. Although online registration is enabled and email option is ticked, I was not able to send a formatted email.

I am able to send email using the webform email settings submissions.

Is there a workaround? Thanks

  • I’ve added to John’s response below; that would be the way I would go about it as well. It’s also possible to install/configure Drupal HTML mail modules - but it’s more work. – KarinG - Semper IT Aug 6 at 17:47
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You could use CiviRules for this.

Additional info: Consider setting a small delay (when you configure your CiviRule) to ensure all CiviCRM data are saved before you Email your message out.

PS in additional to CivRules - you will also need to add the Extension: https://civicrm.org/extensions/e-mail-api

  • Thanks both of you. How can I include the webform components in the email? – Tapash Aug 6 at 18:57
  • @Tapash could you be more specific about the webform components you want to include? – Jon G - Megaphone Tech Aug 7 at 2:56
  • I mean whatever field/content the person fills on the Webform, I would like to include them in them in the email like a receipt just to summarise what information they have provided and about the event. Hope this makes sense. @JonG-MegaphoneTech – Tapash Aug 7 at 8:42
  • Edit: I need mixture of submission values of webform & civicrm that can be sent via the email using civirules. – Tapash Aug 7 at 9:03
  • are you storing the submitted values in civicrm as well, or only in the webform? – petednz - fuzion Aug 8 at 7:20

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