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formConfiguration.xml file

The settings are as follows (they go in the same order as in the fcContactFormConfiguration.xml):

 • An e-mail address which will be used to receive messages from your contact form. You can specify several e-mail addresses separating them with a comma. For example: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

 • A server script type which will process sending e-mails.  It depends on your hosting and in the current version of the contact form it is allowed to use two types:  php (Apache, PHP Hosting); asp (IIS web server, ASP).

 • A name of the script file which processes sending e-mails on your server (without extension). The name contact is used by default.

 • Set whether to validate only required fields (true/false).  The default value is true which means the not required fields of your contact form will not be validated. For example if the e-mail field of your form is set as “not required”(imagine it) the form will be processed even if the user types in an incorrect e-mail address.

 • Set whether to submit the form when the Enter key is pressed even if the focus is not on the Submit button (true/false).

 • The text showing to the user when the form is submitted without any errors.

 • The text showing in case the form is not submitted because of a server error.

 • The text your visitor will see while waiting till the processing is over.

 • Your SMTP server (for ASP only).

 • Your SMTP port (for ASP only).

 • Set whether to send the message as a plain text  (true) or as HTML (false).

 • The ID of the input field to use for the “from: ” or “sender: ” label in your e-mail client.

 • Subject of the e-mails that will be sent through this contact form.

 • Validation error messages that are showing to the user when the form fails to validate. The form supports different types of validators. You can change the text of the error messages the validators produce here.  You can use the {LABEL} keyword in these messages. It will output the label value of the field where an error occurs.
 
    – A required field is not filled in.
    – The specified e-mail address is incorrect.
    – The specified number of characters in a field is less than a required minimum.
    – The specified number of characters is more than a required maximum.
    – The specified number is greater than an acceptable biggest number for this field.
    – The specified number is lower than an acceptable lowest number for this field.
    – The data is not a number.
    – The specified number must not be negative.

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