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Email Submit Form Not Working Correctly

Thread began 3/01/2019 1:02 pm by admin394099 | Last modified 3/06/2019 2:36 pm by Ray Borduin | 78 views | 13 replies |

admin394099

Email Submit Form Not Working Correctly

Hi,

I am trying to create a simple form submission using the Webassist Send Email Interface. I am filling out all of the required form fields, as per the email tutorial I watched on youtube, upon clicking the Finish button on the interface I receive 4 non-descriptive error warnings. Non-the-less it seems the php code is generated & input on my form page. Upon uploading this php file to my live webserver the email form does not function. The form seems to submit but I am not taken to the specified Go To Page field & I never do receive the submitted email. Any ideas why?

https://www.logomatcentral.com/php-files/Request-Design-Proof-5.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Download and install the latest version of DataBridge. It appears you have an older version installed that had issues that should have been corrected in the latest install.

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admin394099

My version is the current version, I reinstalled anyhow but still receive the same series of errors & no email submission is received.

https://www.logomatcentral.com/php-files/Request-Design-Proof-6.php

Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Please post a US phone number or Skype contact information and I'll do screen sharing with you to look into this further.

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admin394099

973-571-1515.

Thanks,
Jim

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admin394099

I have a very simplified form setup that does not actually send to the email specified in the Send Email Dialogue. The current version of Databridge that I'm using seems to be installed correctly, with no error messages present. I created a very simple form with a File Attachment input & a Submit Button, when I submit the form it does not take me to the specified page & the email attachment never arrives to the specified recipient. Any ideas why?

https://www.logomatcentral.com/php-files/Request-Design-Proof-9.php

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You don't have method="post" in your <form> tag.

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admin394099

Thank You. - Added that to the form, same thing, not sending.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Does it go to the redirect page now? Please attach the current page.

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admin394099

No, same, page does not redirect

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