It goes by many names:
- Thank you email
- Confirmation email
- Email Receipt
They’re great for follow-up instructions or a simple “we got your message.”
Thanks to the Webform module for Drupal, you don’t need even need to know any code to set this up. Here’s how you do it:
1. Download Webform module
2. Create a webform, add fields.
Make sure you have a required “email” field.
3. Go the “Emails” tab
4. Add a new email using the Component value “Email”
5. Personalize the E-mail header details as needed
- E-mail subject
- E-mail from address
- E-mail from name
6. Personalize your E-mail template.
You can add tokens from the submitted form values with %value[key]. The ‘key’ is defined when you add the field to the form.