Release status: stable
|Description||Formats and sends posted forms to email recipients.|
|Latest version||1.0.3 (2011-01-02)|
|MediaWiki||1.6.x and above|
|License||No license specified|
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The FormMailer extension allows forms in the wiki to be sent to a specified list of recipients. This is useful for people using their MediaWiki to maintain website content who wish to have inquiry forms in the site. This extension only handles the sending of the data in the form, but does not offer any means to create forms, for that you can use Extension:Simple Forms.
include( "$IP/extensions/FormMailer.php" );
Any standard form can be mailed with this extension, all that needs to be done is to ensure that the form contains a value called "formmailer" in it. As long as a value of that name is posted, the formmailer will know that the data from the form is to be sent. The name of this special variable can be set to something else in the $wgFormMailerVarName global configuration variable.
Configuration of this extension is done via two global variables which can be set in your LocalSettings file after the include of the FormMailer.php script.
|$wgFormMailerRecipients||empty list||A list of email addresses which should receive posted forms.|
|$wgFormMailerVarName||formmailer||If a variable of this name is posted, the data is assumed to be for mailing.|
|$wgFormMailerFrom||formmailer||The FROM field in the mailed forms.|
|$wgFormMailerDontSend||list of title, action||The items in this list are considered as part of the environment and are not included in the mailed data.|
|$wgFormMailerMessage||Thanks, your enquiry has been submitted!||Message to display after sending the form (can also be set in the form by posting formmailer_message.|
|$wgFormMailerSubject||Form submitted from SiteName||Message to display after sending the form (can also be set in the form by posting formmailer_subject.|
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