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I've been searching everywhere but i do not know how to edit the confirmation email sent when the checkout process is complete.

Where can I edit this?

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Its in rules

admin > config > workflow > rules

  • The rules don't allow you to edit the information in the email. Apparently I have to download a module to change the standard confirmation email – user20191 Sep 25 '13 at 12:51
  • Um, yes you can modify exactly everything in the email. Note there are two different rules. One for admin email and one for the user email. Note I also use the commerce email module. It gives you a nice wysiwyg for editing the emails as well as a few more tokens for use in your email. – Nigel Waters Sep 25 '13 at 15:21
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I would suggest you use this module https://drupal.org/project/commerce_invoice_receipt and then its very easy to modify what gets sent out.

From README:

  1. Drop the 'commerce_invoice_receipt' folder into the modules directory '/sites/all/modules/'.

  2. In your Drupal site, enable the module under Administration -> Modules '?q=/admin/modules'.

  3. Setup new Commerce Order display under Store -> Configuration -> Order Settings -> Manage Display '?q=admin/commerce/config/order/display'. Click on the 'Invoice/Receipt' tab. Unhide any fields you want to use in your invoice.

  4. Setup a rule under Store -> Configuration -> Checkout settings -> Checkout rules '?q=admin/commerce/config/checkout/rules'. Then 'Add a checkout rule', you'll find an action called 'Send invoice receipt email' under Commerce Order that you can use.

You can customize the rule to send out any info you need.

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[Using Kickstart] you can also find the raw text and tokens for messages here:

/admin/structure/messages

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install this module https://www.drupal.org/project/commerce_message it will proivde access many type of messages along with their rules. You can configure and add your own message types

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