Change email adress from contact form widget


#1

Is there any way to change the email destinations on this widget? I don’t want to send emails to the gmail account associated with blogger because I have a custom domain and want to use it to receive emails!

I would appreciate some help :smile:

thanks you


#2

Blogger Contact Form Sends The Messages To The Blog Owner Which Is You !

So you can’t change the address in which it sends the responses but you can use other contact form services like foxyform and add your own choice email address their :smiley:


#3

As @Nitishk Says … The One More Best Contact Form Which you Can Edit As You Want… With Features, and Also send Notifier Email To Form Filler(Who Fill Your Form)

JotForm

Thanks… :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#4

I know I can use another platform, I often use Wufoo and love the options they give.

But I need to keep using the blogger widget because it fits perfectly on my template, as you can see (its on the home page, before the footer): http://timesaverpt.blogspot.pt/

Is it possible to change the author email? Remove the gmail admin and start using blogger with the custom domain email?


#5

Here Is The Just One Way

Forward all new emails

Open the Gmail account that you want to forward from.

At the top right, click the gear Settings.

Select Settings.

Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.

Click Add a forwarding address in the “Forwarding” section.

Enter the email address you want to forward to.

For your security, we’ll send a verification email to that address. Open your other email account and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team. If you’re having trouble finding it, check your Spam folder.

Click the verification link in that email.

Back in your Gmail account, reload the page in your web browser - look for the reload icon Reload.

On the same Forwarding and POP/IMAP page in Settings, check that Forward a copy of incoming mail is selected and your email address is in the drop-down menu.

In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages after they’re forwarded, such as keep Gmail’s copy in the Inbox (recommended) or archive Gmail’s copy.

Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

:slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#6

Forward only some emails

Click on Creating Filter after Add a Forwarding Address

Tip: You can also forward only some of your mail by creating a filter!

:slight_smile:


#7

@Dav7 and now i hope you got the solution of your problem… :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :smiley: :wink:


#8

Thanks @paaris_sohail I understand your tip and already thought about that, but that would be the worst case scenario :stuck_out_tongue:


#9

Create a new account with your main email address and add it as Admin to your blog, you’ll receive the messages in both emails, but is the easiest way.


#10

It worked, thank you @Pixie and it was so simple to do!


#11

The trouble with contact forms is that they can be very temperamental.

On my website I have embedded the HTML from Google Forms to create my own Contact Form. This is relatively easy to do and gives you complete control over the format, the questions you want answered etc.

And because it is from the Google “ecosphere” this will naturally work well within Blogger.