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Using the Form Plugin -- Email problem
Mideon #1
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Subject: Using the Form Plugin -- Email problem
I have been wracking my brain for a while now on how to get the Form plugin to work. I'm on a windows I adhered to the caveats......

1) I included the line "Hidden submit "null";"
2) I set the MailFrom in my conf/local.php

I can create forms just fine..and they display correctly...but when I attempt to click "submit" and get them to send an email...I'm redirected to an incorrect page....and no email is sent. The author claims his new version has fixed this...but apparently for me it has not. I am either configuring something wrong...or something isn't quite right.

*Note: My Dokuwiki can send the confirmation email for password registration just I know my server can email...

Has anyone successfully used the Form plugin on a windows platform to create a mail form? Any and all help would be appreciated. Thanks kindly.

*Edit: Interestingly enough I found I had a text file it was redirecting too...I must have created it initially. So I've now deleted that...and it seems it's not calling the php script at all! When I manually enter the addy to the php script it gives me a Forbidden error...that I cannot access the script. This is likely the problem. Any ideas on how I can give access?
This post was edited on 2007-09-23, 00:55 by Mideon.
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