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When you said to send the data using function pamas I didn't know what that was so I tried it without it. It has no Referrers field so can be hijacked by other sites. WORKS! ************ MY OBJECTIVE Trying to add www.tectite.com's formmail.php to send form data to email. Frank B. have a peek at this web-site

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 15. You mention both above, maybe you used the wrong plurality in your form. Re: reCaptcha validation not working! Jon Fritz II Sep 26, 2012 12:02 PM (in response to bbfrench) Hmm, that's a bit strange. https://www.tectite.com/vbforums/showthread.php?4211-An-error-occurred-while-processing-the-form

Jon Fritz II Sep 26, 2012 10:46 AM (in response to bbfrench) Here is the How-To for that: http://www.tectite.com/fmdoc/at_mangle.php Basically, you go into the formmail script and find this line...define("AT_MANGLE","");and change You can upload (install) FormMail into any folder on your server that allows PHP scripts to run. zahinwadud View Public Profile Send a private message to zahinwadud Find More Posts by zahinwadud 30th August 2011, 11:56 AM #11 Frank B. You can not post a blank message.

Regards Frank B. This is because FormMail attempts to send you form results with the "From" line set to the submitter of the form. I installed reCaptcha on one of them and everything appears normal but the form is not requiring the user to fill out the field for the reCaptcha. If you have managed to get alerts working by setting FROM_USER to an address in your own domain, but form results don't get sent, then it's likely your server is one

A few servers demand that PHP scripts be installed in cgi-bin. Simply bracket these areas with [fmusererror] and [/fmusererror] tags. It is set it emails me and says "no_recipients" GRM47 2010-10-20 00:31:27 UTC #3 Hi spence I got rid of the lines you noted now here's my form HTML

https://www.tectite.com/fmhowto/adverror.php Your hosting provider should know the difference!

However, it only redirects to "good_url" when there are no errors! Jon Fritz II Sep 26, 2012 9:48 AM (in response to bbfrench) Check your recipients hidden field in the form html, it has to be recipients with the s. For example, "myfm.php". We apologize for any inconvenience this error may have caused.

Regards Frank B. look at this site Visit Frank B.'s homepage! So, Can Apache server (like mine xampp) send email ? and I copied the php code you provided and pasted it into a new file and put what I hoped is the right php code for the "thanku.html" and "error.html" into

Specify the URL to fmbadhandler.php in your form. Check This Out Nothing has worked. I've been investigating this using the filemon utility from SysInternals (very handy util). Here's an example of this setting, specifying two possible URLS for your forms: $TARGET_URLS = array( "http://www.yoursite.com/", "https://secure.yoursite.com/"); $TEMPLATEDIR if you want to use an HTML template for your error handling,

Novice Computer User Solution (completely automated): 1) Download (Tectite Formmail An Error Occurred While Processing The Form) repair utility. 2) Install program and click Scan button. 3) Click the Fix Errors We've received your information and, if it's appropriate, we'll be in contact with you soon.Your form submission was processed by FormMail (8.36), a PHP script available from www.tectite.com.BUT - it's still Help Remember Me? Source If not, you have to make your computer available to the internet so it can be seen by the rest of the world.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 21. Re: reCaptcha validation not working! One of the common faults is that you've installed FormMail and the sample form, preferably using the Configuration Wizard, and you get no errors but no email.

For example, the name of the first required field that the user didn't enter.

If the user clicks the link back to the form, fmbadhandler.php displays your form again but keeps all the data the user has already entered. You can format the error page to look exactly like the other pages on your website. However there can be problems with importing phone number strings and text that contains carriage returns. FormMail always displays an error if it's told there's been an error.

Review the FAQ for Configuring FormMail for more information. If you want guaranteed help from the author of FormMail, you must subscribe for support or purchase one of our commercial products. And I've managed to resolve the problem. http://dukesoftwaresolutions.com/an-error/an-error-occurred-while-processing-the-form-formmail.html However, now I have got the hang of it, I can set up a form quickly, including the formatting of the email message.

An HTML form Reset restores fields to these initial values. How do I hide my email address? Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong?Here is the URL to the test form: http://www.keystonewalls.com/pages/Contact_us3_test.htmlCan anyone help? bbfrench Sep 26, 2012 1:09 PM (in response to Jon Fritz II) Okay - I changed the name as you suggested but the result is still the same.

First, set DEF_ALERT to your email address. Re: reCaptcha validation not working! Re: reCaptcha validation not working! Why?

Using bad_url In your form, you can provide the following hidden field: When FormMail detects an error it redirects the user's browser to the URL you've missing fields). Re: reCaptcha validation not working! reCaptcha support is not "on" by default so there are a few things you need to change in the code...http://www.tectite.com/fmhowto/recaptcha.php Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2.

This is a permanent error; I've given up. bbfrench Sep 19, 2012 8:58 AM We are having some issues with spam bots on a few of our online forms. In general, we recommend you install FormMail in your "document root" - the top directory/folder for your website. I'll have a read later as setting up form scripts have sometimes been a nightmare for me in the past.

Frank B. The corrupted system files entries can be a real threat to the well being of your computer.