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I have a webform and I want to send an email to a user on submit action on this webform.

Note: I do not want to use the inbuild emails module for webform as it has some limitations related to the functionality that i want to achieve. Hence I want to send a test email on Submit action via a custom PHP.

I know how to write PHP for a webform but I need some guidance on how to use it for sending emails.

Also I want to send emails on submit action only if user selects a select option on this form.

How can I do this? Please help I am stuck on this for a long time now.

I tried using Rules module but I can not check the webform field values in rules.

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It's possible that you could use either hook_webform_submission_presave or hook_webform_submission_insert in a custom module, check for the your webform component value (i'd assume it's in $submission) and then fire your email.

In a custom module, add your hook like so.

function mymodule_webform_submission_insert($node, &$submission){
  // Use devel to investigate the variable
  dsm($submission);
}

Creating custom modules for Drupal 7 or Drupal 6. Tutorial.

Use Devel module to investigate your variables, as seen in my example above.

Jason.

  • Thanks Jason for your answer. Can you please tell me about how to add hooks? I am really new to drupal – Kedar Joshi Dec 26 '13 at 23:37
  • I've updated my answer to include information about module development. Good luck! – Jason Dec 27 '13 at 0:10

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