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Hey all,

I’ve contacted another member using the contact form on their profile page and they responded back to me with questions, however I would like to reference my original message and have no way (or at least cannot find a way) to reference the original message I sent them.

Is it possible for the dev team to change the contact form so that it also sends the message to the sender (like a sent receipt)?

Any guidance would be great. And thanks.

- John

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What you say would be a good idea. Receiving a copy of the message to your email inbox.

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It is definitely a great idea. I only would prefer to make a box which you can select if you want to receive a copy of the message. This can prevent your mailbox of many mails you don’t want to get!

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When he reply, you should see your message in his reply. but he has to reply to the message (which is the logic) not create a new email.

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