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I´m wondering if I can get the Post ID or permalink to be send as part of subject o message content of contact form7, any Idea?

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This may be useful wordpress.org/support/topic/… –  Manigandan Arjunan Jul 17 '13 at 3:54
    
    
@ManigandanArjunan: And how is this helpful? Both links you provided has nothing to do with question... –  Krzysiek Dróżdż Jul 17 '13 at 5:47
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Contact Form 7 has some special mail tags (http://contactform7.com/special-mail-tags/) You can insert them into the Message Body field or other fields in the Mail section.

  • [_remote_ip] - This tag will be replaced by the sender’s client IP address.
  • [_user_agent] - This tag will be replaced by the sender’s user agent information.
  • [_url] - This tag will be replaced by the URL of the contact form.
  • [_date] - This tag will be replaced by the date of the submission.
  • [_time] - This tag will be replaced by the time of the submission.
  • [_post_id] - This tag will be replaced by the ID of the post which contains the contact form.
  • [_post_name] - This tag will be replaced by the name (slug) of the post which contains the contact form.
  • [_post_title] - This tag will be replaced by the title of the post which contains the contact form.
  • [_post_url] - This tag will be replaced by the permalink of the post which contains the contact form.
  • [_post_author] - This tag will be replaced by the author name of the post which contains the contact form.
  • [_post_author_email] - This tag will be replaced by the author email of the post which contains the contact form.

So [_post_url] should do the trick ;)

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