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Missing Name and address in notifications

  1. queengeek
    Member

    I'm having a heck of time w/capturing the (street) address for my form. I've tried required (which is what I prefer) to not-preferred and auto-populate to not-auto populate.

    In all cases, when I forward the email of captured info, the address field is always empty. The end-goal is to have this info passed to Mailchimp but right now, it's just blank via email notifications.

    Additionally, if I choose "required" for the address field, it always fails regardless of what info I put in.

    The form is here: http://queengeekllc.com/addons/empoweredbelievers.org/contact-us/transportation-request/

    Here's the code for notification sent via email :

    Name: {:1}
    Address:

    {Address:2.1}
    E-mail: {Your Email:4}
    Tel: {:3}
    Transportation Requests:
    Picked up for Sunday: {I need to be PICKED UP for Sunday Service:10.1}
    Taken home for Sunday: {I need to be TAKEN HOME from Sunday Service:10.2}
    Picked up for Thursday: {I need to be PICKED UP for Thursday night Bible Study:10.3}
    Taken home on Thursday: {I need to be TAKEN HOME from Thursday night Bible Study:10.4}

    Here's actual output w/personal info modified:
    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Teresa Lee <email@mydomain.com>
    Date: Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 10:19 AM
    Subject: EBCLC Transportation Requests
    To: transportation@empoweredbelievers.org

    Name:
    Address:

    E-mail: someuser@someid.com
    Tel: (480)123-4567
    Transportation Requests:

    Picked up for Sunday: I need to be PICKED UP for Sunday Service

    Taken home for Sunday: I need to be TAKEN HOME from Sunday Service

    Picked up for Thursday:

    Taken home on Thursday:

    Posted 7 years ago on Thursday June 7, 2012 | Permalink