@Sheila123 Yes that is possible! On the page where you will allow Users to reply via email, you would specify in the “Send Email” action that the User can reply. Then, make sure the “reply to” email address alias contains the unique ID of the thing that the User can reply to (such as the Thread’s unique id), a + sign, and that Users unique ID – so it becomes: [email protected].
Then you can use/lookup those unique IDs in Bubble using regex. One way to get the Thread’s unique ID from the reply-to email address would be to use the regex pattern:
That will give you everything before the “+” sign of the reply-to email address.
To get the part between the “+” sign and the “@” sign, you can use the regex pattern:
Then, add a “:find and replace” to that expression to remove the + sign from the regex result, and another “find and replace” to remove the @ sign from the regex result. My apologies, I’m not sure if this is the best approach but I couldn’t find a regex pattern which pulled the part of the alias between the + and @ sign of the reply-to address. If anyone knows of a better way to do this, please let me know!