How can we see only the information that's sent to us in an email. And not the label tags next to it?

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    snookums69
    Asked on May 14, 2012 at 06:44 PM

    I have a question. When we receive our emails with the information submitted from the form. (as shown in example below). Is there a way to omit the labels "street address", "city", "state", in the email that it's sending. All we want to see is the information in the form. For Example:

    Job Address                               13429 S. Western Ave. STE D

    Gardena, CA. 90249

    or even  Gardena

    CA.

    90249

    We do not want to see the labels that are shown below in bold. Just the information. I hope this makes sense.

    Can you please advise?

    -----> Street Address: 14321 Van Ness Ave.
    -----> City: Gardena
    -----> State: CA
    -----> Zip Code: 90248
    -----> Country: United States

     

     

    Job Name

    Joe Blow

    Job Home Phone

    (310) 466-6578

    Job Cell

    (310) 466-6578

    Job Address

    Street Address: 13429 S. Western Ave. STE D
    City: Gardena
    State: CA
    Zip Code: 90249
    Country: United States

    Billing Name

    Helen Huxford

    Billing Address

    Street Address: 14321 Van Ness Ave.
    City: Gardena
    State: CA
    Zip Code: 90248
    Country: United States

    Billing Phone

    (310) 143-1245

    Billing Fax

    (310) 329-1432

    Billing Email

    helen@christmaselectric.net

    Please give us a description of the problem or request:

    143!!!
    Help! Need my shorts checked!

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    jonathan
    Answered on May 14, 2012 at 07:24 PM

    Hi,

    I am not sure if this is what you were looking for, but worth a try.

    You can breakdown the Full Address field to its paramemeter values.
    Similar to this:

    {MyAddress}  is the field name. To separate it into segments

    {MyAddress:addr_line1} for address 1

    {MyAddress:addr_line2} for address 2...

    Please see screen below for the rest.... And the actual result on the second screen

    You can remove the labels too, like in the sample.

     

    Result

    Hope this helps. Thanks

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    Helen
    Answered on May 15, 2012 at 09:00 AM

    Jonathon,

    You are absolutely wonderful! Thank you! That worked!

     

    Helen

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    snookums69
    Answered on May 15, 2012 at 09:56 AM
    You are so wonderful! Thank you! That worked awesome!

    Helen