everytime, when submitting data of a form, in the e-mail appears a standard text like below:
The attached file contains data that was entered into a form. It is not the form itself.
The recipient of this data file should save it locally with a unique name. Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 or later can process this data by importing it back into the blank form or creating a spreadsheet from several data files. See Help in Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 or later for more details.
My experience shows, that this may confuse the user. I would like to write in a simple way, for example:
Thanks for submitting form....
My question: Is it possible to change this standard text, and if yes how?
I would be grateful for any comment or advice!
You can do it if you use some scripting. There's a method called mailDoc that allows you to specify your own text for the email.
You use it like so (from a button's MouseUp action, for example):
cSubject: "Subject line goes here",
cMsg: "Enter here the message body of the email..."
Thanks for your fast answer! Yes, mailDoc specifies the text for the email. This is working fine!
But what about the form data as attachment? the attachemnt is missing.
mailDoc automatically attaches the PDF file to the email...