Yes, you can use conditional tags in the email as well. They look a little different from the ones used in the form;
[my-group-name] ... [/my-group-name]. Any content you put between these tags will only be visible if the corresponding group was visible during submission of the form.
Let’s say you have a form with a drop-down field that reveals a group, based on the selection. Like this one:
Which department would you like to contact? [select department "CEO" "Sales" "Support"] [group ceo-group]...[/group] [group sales-group]...[/group] [group support-group]...[/group] [submit]
Show [ceo-group] if [department] equals "CEO" Show [sales-group] if [department] equals "Sales" Show [support-group] if [department] equals "Support"
The email message might look something like this:
Dear [your-name], Thank you for contacting us. [ceo-group] Our CEO dude is a pretty busy guy, but we will try our best to answer you before the end of the year. [/ceo-group][sales-group] Our sales department will contact you soon and take all your money.[/sales-group][support-group] We are currently unable to process your request. [/support-group] K bye, The Company
Another example can be found in the tutorial.