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    How can I change my email notification address to my clients?

    Asked by Larry5000 on December 06, 2014 at 02:41 AM

    All seem to be working ok on testing my form, but I have a question. This site is for a client and at some point I will be swaping out my e-mail address for his so when customers fill out the form he will see the submisions not me. Where do I go exactly when the time comes to take my e-mail out and put his in? Most of these form will be for customers and I need to know this for future reference.

     

    Also on a side note I am trying to understand the big difference between the free forms and the next level up $9.99 so my simple question is: on the free forms how many forms can I do before I can not do any more. For Example if you say 10 forms does that mean if I do 10 separate forms for 10 different clients or if I do 10 forms for one client on one website ... that is my limit. Please expalin the hugh difference between the free form and the 9.99 one.
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    JotForm Support

    Answered by KadeJM on December 06, 2014 at 01:56 PM

    Your first question is asking about how to change your recipient address so that it goes to your client.

    To do that you will need to edit this in your email notification since by default any new forms you create would be populated with your account email address.

    As for your secondary question I have moved that to a new thread here.