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Complicated to send a mail from a form that is created in Form Builder

Thread began 2/04/2013 4:34 pm by jonas374655 | Last modified 2/17/2013 4:48 am by jonas374655 | 1092 views | 6 replies

jonas374655

Please confirm the procedure.

Now I do not know what I'm doing wrong. Confirmation page goes blank. It worked before.
I have started all over again, and deleted both the confirmation page and form page. This is the process that I go through step by step. Can you confirm that this is the right procedure. I would really like a step by step guide.
1, create a new file.
2, rename it to ”thanks.php”.
3, Write "Thanks for your order!" On the page.
4 Save the file.
5, create a new file.
6, Rename it to ”operaorder.php”.
7, Select Insert Form.
8, select the form that is saved as a preset, including custom design.
9, select "thanks.php" that action page.
10, Choose Form Function tab.
11, click the Send the form contents in an email.
12, press the mailbox icon.
13, select the flash icon in the from field.
14, locate the field ”E_post” in Current Working Form. Press OK.
15, Enter "xxxxxx" in the To: field.
16, Enter the subject in the Subject: field.
17, press the mailbox icon.
18, Enter "xxxxxx" in SMTP server: field.
18, Enter "xxxxxx" in Port: field. Press OK.
19, press Finish.
20, Press Finish again. Dreamweaver creates the form and fill in the code on the "thanks" page.
21, Select "save everything" from the File menu.
22, sending up everything on both sides.

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