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Changing the body of the email in a Livecycle Form
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julier8160750
- Adobe LiveCycle
I've looked for this answer elsewhere but never found anything that would work.How do you change the text of the email that appears when you use the "Submit by Email" button? I cannot find the text in the HTML to change it and I'm not good at programming languages anyway. Is there any way to do this that won't get me an error message?Thanks!

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Re: Automatically Populating Email Adresses
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julier8160750
- Adobe LiveCycle
I apologize. I am not very good at coding. I named the email field (GenlMgrEmail) and the email button GnlMgrButton, and this was how I entered them. When I saved and then user-enabled the form, I entered an email address in the email field and clicked the button but the email address did not appear in the to: field of the email. Thanks for any help you can give me.

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That doesn't seem to work, unfortunately.

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Automatically Populating Email Adresses
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I have a form that needs to be sent to the user's general manager. The user enters the General Manager's email at the top of the form, and after filling out the form, clicks a "submit by email" button. Is there any way to make the email address line populate with the email address entered in the previous field?

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How do I change the body of the email generated by an email submit button in Livecycle?
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- Adobe LiveCycle
I frequently have requests for customized text in the body of the email generated by the email submit button on a Livecycle PDF form. I cannot find the current text in the HTML (the current text is something like "The attached file is a filled-out form") so I am not sure how I go about changing it to say something else. I've found several answers that involve using just a button, making it a submit button, and then putting the text in the URL field, but I can't get that to work either. Help?

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