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On my Drupal 7 site, I have a user contact form. How can I alter the form so that an admin is notified when the form is submitted?

  • use webform for any customization – monymirza Mar 20 '13 at 9:51
  • Thank you for your response minymirza. I do not have webform installed, but entityforms. Also is there a way to assign (or attach) an entityform to each user2 profile, so it emails the owner of the profile and the admin? I asked this before here on stackexchange without luck, so I finally eneded up sticking to the sitewaide user contact form. I'm pretty stuck with this issue since the website owner wants to be notified when a user is contacted from his website... – cara Mar 20 '13 at 9:54
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In a custom module

hook_form_alter() yourForm.

Add custom submit handler, it will run alongside with your defaut submit

$form['#submit'][] = 'yourSubmitFunction';

Inside your custom submit handler use drupal_mail() or any other result you need

function yourSubmitFunction($form, &$form_state) {
  drupal_mail()
  ....
}

Note: the form_state array contains all the submited values.

  • This is how I would do it :-) +1 – AjitS Mar 20 '13 at 11:22
  • @Pan I have implemented hook_alter_form like this: function request_info_form_alter(&$form, &$form_state, $form_id){ if($form_id == "contact_personal_form"){ $form['#submit'][] = 'request_information'; } } function request_information($form, &$form_state) { global $user, $language; $site_email = variable_get('site_mail', ''); $to = $site_email; drupal_mail('contact', 'page_mail', $to, language_default(), $values, $from); } ---and it's sending the email to the admin, but not the message, I thought the form state array contained all the submitted values...A tip?... – cara Mar 23 '13 at 15:15
  • $values should be something like $form_state['values']['element_that_contains_message'] ... – Pan Chrono Mar 23 '13 at 16:21
  • @Pan Yep! Was missing $values = $form_state['values']; $values['sender'] = $user; $values['sender']->name = $values['name']; $values['sender']->mail = $values['mail']; $values['subject'] = $form_state['values']['subject']; $values['message'] = $form_state['values']['message']; $from = $values['name']; Now works as magic! Thanks! – cara Mar 23 '13 at 23:49

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