@1-phantomdentist Your issue is very odd because if the notifications contain the entry data, then the entry data has to exist. The notifications are populated using the entry data, not the form data. This could possibly be a PHP memory issue. PHP memory issues will cause strange behavior from WordPress, such as partial page loads or data not being returned. I would suggest increasing your available PHP memory by following these instructions:
If you need assistance with this you can discuss it with your web host.
@Bob Your issue is not the same as the users above, in the future please post a new support forum request as issues sometimes sound similar but they are not actually the same. This sounds like a plugin or theme conflict. I would suggest testing for plugin and theme conflicts by following the instructions here:
When following those instructions, test with Gravity Forms by creating a new form and using that new form, not an existing form due to what you mentioned about the lower case m being next to the field name. That sounds like a conflict. BUT if testing for conflicts turning up nothing you could also try increasing your available PHP memory using the tutorial I linked to above.
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