How to use
In order to use FormMail you need to pass some hidden parameters, as follows
Specifies a valid email account, where the form information should be sent to.
eg.: <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="TO" VALUE="firstname.lastname@example.org">
Specifies the subject of the form information.
eg.: <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="SUBJECT" VALUE="Test
Your domain name without any extensions. For example if your domain name is www.xyz.com,
then your LOG_IN_NAME is xyz.
TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="LOG_IN_NAME" VALUE="xyz">
: Create a file and upload it to your root directory. The content of this file will be
returned to your visitor, as confirmation, if rFROM is specified. If you do not wish to
send confirmation to your visitor, you still have to create this file.
TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="FILE_NAME" VALUE="rmail.txt">
Thank you $realname$,
We will contact you at $FROM$.
Your message is $message$.
In order to include any form-variables specified as NAME=, put a
dollar sign ($) around the variable name. You may use the variable name more than once, if
- rFROM: From
line that will be on the confirmation email message. if you leave it blank, confirmation
will not be sent.
<INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="rFROM" VALUE="email@example.com">
Subject line that will be on the confirmation email message.
TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="rSUBJECT" VALUE="Thank you for your order">
- SUCCESS: A
valid URL that will be shown after your visitor has pressed the Submit button.
TYPE="HIDDEN" NAME="SUCCESS" VALUE="http://www.xyz.com/thank.html">
- FROM: This
should be a visible text field, where your visitor can enter his/her email address.
eg.: <INPUT TYPE="TEXT"
Formatting Your Results - optional
- Create a format_file.txt file. This
file should contain the message that you will receive.
Include your form-variables
"$". e.g.: Visitor's Name: $REALNAME$
- Upload the file to your root
- Add an extra hidden field to your form: