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Posted on 2011-09-20
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I have set up a registration form which works fine. Currently though it only sends a confirmation to the user, I would also like an email sent to admin registration@domain.com.

Any ideas how to do this?

I have attached the code which applies to sending the user email...

// Send the email:
				$body = "Thank you for registering at <whatever site>. To activate your account, please click on this link:\n\n";
				$body .= BASE_URL . 'activate.php?x=' . urlencode($e) . "&y=$a";
				mail($trimmed['email'], 'Registration Confirmation', $body, 'From: registration@anjoman.co.uk');

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Question by:BrighteyesDesign
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You just need to concatenate your second email address into the first parameter, prefixed with a comma like so

 mail($trimmed['email'] . ', registration@domain.com', 'Registration Confirmation', $body, 'From: registration@anjoman.co.uk');

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Perfect, thanks
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