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    SBenoit
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    Hi,
    I managed to create a database with a table to receive a copy of the sent messages, and everything works fine. But there are two things that I haven’t been able to do and I was wondering if you could tell me if it’s possible?

    Is it possible to combine data from more than one form field in a single mysql column? Because having each data in a different column is difficult to manage afterwards when we export this data.

    And finally, sometimes Google blocks sending messages for various reasons … is it possible to know if a form submission has been successfully completed or not, and collect this data in the database.

    Thanks a lot for your help.

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    Ally
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    #31002
    SBenoit
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    OMG! This is awesome! Thanks a lot for this precious help. You are the best.

    #31006
    SBenoit
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    Hi,

    There is something wrong with the way I made it the “email_failed” part, and it’s not returning any value in the database. I would appreciate if you could take a look to the screenshots. I think my mistake is in the way I made the DB table row… I’m really don’t know much of mySQL, most of the time i’m guessing…

    Thanks.

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