More Mails for CF7

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By default, Contact Form 7 has a limit of two distinct mail messages per form, though each can have multiple recipients. This plugin allows you to add as many as you need. It’s relatively simple, so does not include the automatic configuration error detection that the default mails have.

If you only wish to send the same message to multiple recipients, you won’t need this plugin; instead use the To field, or add Cc/Bcc headers in the Additional Headers field as per Contact Form 7’s documentation.

Tested up to v5.6 of Contact Form 7.

Uppsetning

  1. Upload the entire, extracted plugin directory to the wp-content/plugins/ directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress Plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins screen.
  3. Go to Contact > More mails, to set how many Mail sections you need per form, and save.
  4. Edit each form that requires an additional mail message.

Umsagnir

24. febrúar, 2022
I was looking for a plugin that integrated with the famous cf7. My need was to send more emails without using Cc tags or Bcc, an inconvenient method because whoever received the email could also reply to those who shouldn't have. So great plugin because very light, with little php code and very simple to use. The assistance is also excellent. I highly recommend
26. mars, 2020
I was trying to work out how to do this for ages and then came across your plugin (I wanted to send a login and a password as two separate emails). Set up a 3rd email and it worked a treat out the box. Email three arrived seconds before email two. I'd give a kidney or first born son if you could also work out how to delay transmission of email 3, say by 20 minutes. That would be something of a phenomenon.
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