I have a webform and a E-mail field in it Is it possible to have a confirmation mailed out to the person registering? (as in, is it possible to have the functionality also worked in?)

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On your Webform settings, click on the E-mail settings tab. Then make sure you select the radio button with "Component value", select "Email", then add this component. In the next page configure the fields as you want. You also have there a template area, where you can select a custom template and add there whatever you want. You can also use tokens.

Notice that I use the SMTP Module, and I haven't tried without it, so i'm not entirely sure it will work. Best of luck!


The webform module comes with an option to send e-mails after submission. Check the webform e-mail tab when you are editing a webform

  • I have tried that but its not working as it giving a massage form submitted but can't send mail Mar 9, 2015 at 20:59
  • could you verify that other emails are send from drupal. Because that should work out of the box Mar 9, 2015 at 21:02
  • Unable to send e-mail. Contact the site administrator if the problem persists. This kind of massage is been display Mar 9, 2015 at 21:05
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    That sounds more likely that your server and/drupal aren't configured right for sending e-mails Mar 9, 2015 at 21:12
  • it was the issue with SMTP and after fixing that it worked. Mar 12, 2015 at 8:13

Drupal core

Drupal core modules comes with the function to send email confirmation for when a user registers. It's not necessary to use a webform for this.


With the module Webform Rules you can add conditions to your webform, each can then trigger an action. There are a lot of options for posible action, since the module Rules provides most of them. There you can check for the email notification you need.

Rules, email confirmation

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