You can edit email templates very flexibly. Not only the message body, but you can also edit message header fields as well. You can even use HTML in a message if needed.
You can edit the email template in the Mail tab panel.
Set the recipient email address here. You can use mail-tags in this field.
Specify values in the valid mailbox syntax, or you’ll get a configuration error.
Set the sender email address here. You can use mail-tags in this field.
This field value should be an email address that belongs to the same domain as the web site. Otherwise you’ll get a configuration error.
Set the subject of the message here. You can use mail-tags in this field.
You can insert additional message header fields here, such as Cc and Bcc. There should be one field per line. You can embed mail-tags anywhere in these fields.
This is the message body; you can embed mail-tags anywhere in this field.
If you select the Exclude lines with blank mail-tags from output checkbox, lines including mail-tags that have empty values will be excluded from the message body of the actual email output.
By default, plain text is used for the message body. To use HTML, select the Use HTML content type checkbox.
If you attach uploaded files to this email, put mail-tags for the uploaded files into the File attachments field. You can also attach files from the server (local file attachment).
Mail (2) is an additional mail template. It is often used as an autoresponder, but you can use it for any purpose. Mail (2) is sent only when the primary Mail has been sent successfully.