I'm trying to create a form with Adobe Livecycle, which I managed to do. I put in a email submit button which works but does anyone know how to make it so that the form gets sent to the inputted email address directly without having the the submit button open up a default email program?
Right now I'm working on a simple job application online for a company I work for and everything works fine with the fillable application but I feel it would be much more efficient if there was a way for the form to get sent automatically.
I know how to do this using basic html forms, where you have a form on a web page and the user fills out the form, hits the submit button and the form gets sent to the designated email address and a custom page shows up showing that the form has been sent. The user doesn't have to send the email manually or anything.
I was wondering if there was anyway to do this with fillable pdf forms using Adobe Livecycle.
Thats the whoooole reason I'm on this forum asking this....asking if there is anyway to make a form like an html form where someone doesn't need a email program. And if I can't find a way then I won't put a submit button up.
Thanks for your help
The company wants people to submit online so I'll have to find another way than using Adobe Livecycle. Probably have to make the form from scratch.
Select the button icon under insert custom. You will see that you can change the wording to submit by email. Change it and then look to the left where you will see three selections of submit, execute and regular. Choose submit and click on the tab at the top. Type in your email address and select submit PDF in the white square underneath where you typed in your email address.