I've seen other people post this question, but cannot find an answer. When a user completes and submits a form created in LiveCycle and distributed as a saved file (as opposed through Adobe) an email is generated that has the completed form attached and the following in the body of the email:
Instructions to add this form to a responses file:
1. Double-click the attachment.
2. Acrobat will prompt you to select a responses file.
THE PERSON FILLING OUT THE FORM DOESN'T NEED TO SEE THIS! How can the body of the message be changed to read something like, "Thank you for accepting my information, I look forward to seeing the results." or ANYTHING but the above, which is just confusing to the person completing the form??
Thanks - I have spent a couple of hours researching this and can find no answer.
I'm not sure how the email is generated.
Are you using any built-in capability? Are you using a User operation to assign to a user and the he receives an email notification? Are you using the Email Sender operation to manually send the email?
I am using a Regular Button, Control Type = Submit. I am distributing the form manually, by saving the form, emailing to the user who fills it out and hits the submit button. When they do, an email is generated in their Outbox that has the offending message in the body of the email. I want to have a different email message in the body of the user's email.
Then in the submit tab properties of the submit button, are you using a MailTo url?
Perhaps the body of the email message is set there.