PHP Formmail Script - secure PHP form processor scripts for email forms





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Published on Oct 3, 2012

This - http://www.scriptrocket.com/tsfeedbac... - is a PHP script for processing forms and sending you the data entered into them via email. It is a secure alternative to formmail, which can can handle an unlimited number of different forms, each with an unlimited number of different fields. The script includes a range validation functions which prompt the user to correct any data-entry mistakes before completing your forms.

Here are some of most importants reasons for selecting our email forms script:

1. Many formmail scripts can be subverted by spammers. These scripts have security weaknesses or bugs that allow spammers to use your website as an "open relay" to send spam email to third parties - innocent people! If spammers take advantage of your website in this way, you will most likely get the blame, and your web host may even shut down your site! However our forms processing script is totally secure, and it can not be subverted by spammers in thisway.

2. Many formmail scripts also expose your personal email address to being found by spambots, and adding to spam mailing lists. Our forms processing script keeps your email address hidden from spammers and spambots, and thus prevents your email address being added to spam lists.

3. Our forms processing script records IP addresses and tags every form submission with the IP address of the person submitting the form.

4. Our forms processing script allows your forms to have an unlimited number of fields on as many different subjects as you like.

5. Our forms processing script allows you to have multiple forms - as many different forms as you like. You could, for example, set up one form which allows visitors to report problems with your website, another form which allows your existing cusotmers to ask technical support queries, a third for for sales inquiries, and son.

6. Our forms processing script includes a range of built-in form validation functions in the package. You can setup each individual input field on your form to be checked against your rules, so as to help users avoid making mistakes in data-entry. For example, you can specify that a particular field must contain a phone number, another must be an email address, another one must be a URL, and so on. If the user does make a mistake during data-entry, then these validation functions will automatically provide helpful prompts guiding users to correct their mistakes.

7. Our forms processing script's built-in validation functions also prevent users accidentally double submitting a form: A common problem with most email forms is if the user accidentally clicks the SUBMIT button two or more times in quick succession, a series of emails are sent. Our forms processing script's validation feature automatically prevents this from happening.

8. Our forms processing script comes with 6 sample forms that you can either use as they are immediately, or use as working examples, or which you can use as inspiration for your form designs.

9. Our forms processing script has a demonstration mode. When demonstration mode is enabled, instead of emailing the forms, the results are simply shown on screen. This is an excellent way to test your setup, or to develop new form designs.

10. Our forms processing script includes flexible and advanced configuration options, for example to handle the oddities of Windows web servers, to customize email line lengths, to specify email subject lines, or to send up email to and from addresses exactly as you want them.

11. Our forms processing script comes with full documentation, including detailed instructions and installation instructions. The documentation covers and explains of all features of the software.


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