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    Smile redirecting email forms?

    hi there folks,
    My website is up and running, I have done myself a contact page, and a feedback form, set up with the invaluable help I got through a thread of pablos advice. The form fills, a 'thank you for your feedback message is returned, the email with all the correct info arrives at my neomail inbox. Trouble is, where every other email gets forwarded to my yahoo inbox, the feedback mail doesn't. Any ideas? Please bare in mind I'm a complete computer greenhorn, and all replies must be in idiot language. Many thanks.
    If any of you could drop by my site and send my some feedback, so I can see what happens, that would be great.

    www.myadoradesign.com
    Salena

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    Default Re: redirecting email forms?

    In your .php page you have designated an email address. This is where your form
    data goes to.

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    Default Re: redirecting email forms?

    how to creat email forms to my website

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    Default Re: redirecting email forms?

    Quote Originally Posted by Godswilludofa
    how to creat email forms to my website

    http://www.vodahost.com/vodatalk/mys...-form-php.html

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