Forms and generic e-mail addresses

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Hbrownell
 
 
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Forms and generic e-mail addresses

Post by Hbrownell » Mon Jan 13, 2020 3:18 pm

So, I'm building a site for a client, but he uses AOL in his address. I've tried a few times with my yahoo address to get the form to work, and though it shows that the message was sent successfully, I don't see it in my inbox or spam. I tried it with an e-mail that I control (my own domain) and that works fine. SO, does the form work with a yahoo or AOL account? If not, what are my options as I really don't want to lose the form page if at all possible.

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Re: Forms and generic e-mail addresses

Post by Pablo » Mon Jan 13, 2020 3:45 pm

This is unrelated to the script. The script does not care whihc email address you use.
However, the server/webhost may only allow specific email addresses.

See also the FAQ:
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=32967

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