Geting results from form to your email?

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Ok, not sure if this has been asked or not but....I just purchased the Web Form Beta for Mac OSX...I coulld not start a new thread there for some reason so this seemed like the next logical place to do so. My question it possible to have the results of the form that the user entered on my website sent to a specific email address? I bought this program because I wanted a way to make nicer looking forms which it does, but I need to do this for my client's websites. I would like the info to go to there email address and bypass the S-Drive account, etc. I don't quite understand the send to CSV option or uploading something to the server, I just want the info to go to any email account I designate. Is this a good option for working with clients and not my own website?
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VP of Software Development
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That is actually the primary function of the software Steven. Just go into the Settings > Email Notices and put in your clients email address in the TO field.
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Registered User
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I've created a new form, and everything seems to be set up properly. The form displays great, fills out great and the "thanks for filling the form" displays fine. My email is in the "To" field in the Email Notices. The only problem is it doesn't forward the filled form to my email. Is there a list somewhere of possible reasons for this?
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Do you get an email if your the user filling out the form? Could be a server setting. Have you checked your spam folder?
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