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Substitute for Mailto: function?

Thread began 1/17/2013 4:09 pm by chuck429411 | Last modified 2/01/2013 11:16 am by chuck429411 | 4055 views | 15 replies


I bound the user's email address with the from address. I have been using GoDaddy all along and I didn't have to input the SMTP settings or the port number to get UE to work in this same exact site. I guess I am not completely understanding why emails can get sent to our customers and our admin people without any settings from GoDaddy when I am using Ecart, but when I want to add UE independently on a page within the same site, I need all these extra settings. If my Outlook inbox can receive this email (minus the tweaking I have to do to stop the spam thing) then why can't receive the emails? Can you shed some more light? I will get the settings from GoDaddy as well. Thank you once again.

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