I'm brand new to rails. I'm jumping right in with an existing app.

So, in app/models, I have contact_mailer.db

Looks like this:
Code:
class ContactMailer < ActionMailer::Base

  def validate_email(sendto, url)
    @recipients      = sendto
    @from            = "noreply@floridainternationalhomes.com"
    @subject         = "Confirm Your Email Address"
    @body["url"]     = url
    @sent_on         = Time.now
    @headers         = {}
  end

  def notify(contact)
    @recipients      = "me@domain{dot}com"
    @from            = "noreply@domain{dot}com"
    @subject         = "Contact from Website"
    @body["contact"] = contact
    @headers         = {}
  end

end
In app/controllers/website_controller.rb I have this and it works:

Code:
wr = WebsiteRequest.new(params[:wr])
    
if wr.save
      id  = wr.id
      id  = Base64.b64encode("#{wr.id}")
      url = url_for(
          :controller => "website",
          :action     => "email_confirmed",
          :id         => id)
		
      email = ContactMailer.create_validate_email("#{wr.email}",url)
      ContactMailer.deliver(email)
    
     ...
    
end
But instead of using the validate_email method, which sends an email to the person who filled out the form, I want to send it to myself. I've tried this and it doesn't work:

Code:
email = ContactMailer.create_notify('This is the body of the email')
ContactMailer.deliver(email)
I've tried different things and I can't seem to get it. I've also tried calling ContactMailer.notify('Body') and that didn't work either.

Any ideas? Seems like a simple thing but I just can't get it.