Event Actions: Send an Email
This action is designed to send an email or text message when an event is executed. The action may be accessed by selecting Send an Email from the action group menu.
Send an Email
The following fields are available for any email or text message you might wish to send. If none of these fields are populated, the default TO Address, Subject and Message in your email settings will be used instead. In the example below, an email will be sent to email@example.com and a blind copy will be sent to mark's mobile phone using TMobile's service firstname.lastname@example.org when this event is executed. The email will include the subject and message shown below.
Sending Text Messages
Most mobile service carriers provide an easy way to convert emails to text messages. Typically the address includes the customer's cell number followed by a special email domain. If you wish to do this, please check with your carrier to determine what your text email address would be. Here are a few popular examples:
- AT&T: email@example.com (SMS), firstname.lastname@example.org (MMS)
- Boost Mobile: email@example.com (SMS), firstname.lastname@example.org (MMS)
- Consumer Cellular: email@example.com
- Cricket: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS), email@example.com (MMS)
- Google Fi (Project Fi): firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS & MMS)
- Metro PCS: email@example.com (SMS & MMS)
- Sprint: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS), email@example.com (MMS)
- T-Mobile: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS & MMS)
- Tracfone: email@example.com (MMS)
- U.S. Cellular: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS), email@example.com (MMS)
- Verizon: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS), email@example.com (MMS)
- Virgin Mobile: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS), email@example.com (MMS)
- Xfinity Mobile: firstname.lastname@example.org (SMS), email@example.com (MMS)
Note: These email addresses are subject to change. Check with your carrier if your number doesn't work.