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Disable Drupal’s default “user X has applied for an account” email

By default Drupal sends an email to the site admin; it’s not editable (and you cannot disable it) from¬†the account settings page. On a recent project I had to use Rules to send some emails when a user registers for

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Sending webform submissions to email based on value of field

We recently did a site for a client that allowed patients to submit a webform to request an appointment. The user could choose their physician and based on their choice, the submission would be emailed to the chosen doctor’s secretary.

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