There is a setting to email the person who submitted a form, and this setting is not behaving as expected for us. As my topic title indicates, we're using Sitefinity 6.
We have a "Website Feedback" page which uses the "Form (email)" widget to accept user comments and send them to an internal e-mail address, and that basic functionality is working.
We want the person submitting the comment to receive an e-mail thanking them for their comment and confirming that it was submitted. When I click "Edit" on the widget, a dialog appears. That dialog has an "Additional" section, under which is a checkbox which says "Send an email back to the person submitting the form"
We've checked that box, saved the form, and published the page. But when I type a comment as a test, no confirmation arrives at the e-mail address I supplied when I submitted my test comment.
Is there a known issue or possible workaround associated with this setting? Since user-submitted comments are delivered and read within the organization, I'm inclined to believe that our current SMTP-related settings would be correct.