"NMS FormMail is a quality form-to-email Perl script. This is just a simple omission or typo on my part. It CAN be fixed."Alright then, so now that you are in the right frame of mind, let's get down to some simple debugging.
Doublecheck in the HTML of your feedback form to make sure that you have the proper URL in the action attribute of the
Not FoundThe requested document was not found on this server.
Contact the server adminstrator? Yeah right... Been there. Done that. (*chuckle*)... Generally a waste of time.
Internal Server ErrorThe server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator blah blah blah...
Application ErrorAn error has occurred in the program
close sendmail pipe failed, mailprog=[/usr/bin/sendmail -oi -t] at (eval 6) line 108
(Red emphasis mine)Doublecheck to make sure that you have the correct path to Sendmail.
This is fairly self-explanatory but if you still don't get it then what it's telling you is to return to step #2(c) and double-check to see that you have the right domain name entered.
Bad Referrer - Access Denied
The form attempting to use this script resides at http://www.your_site.com/test/contact.htm, which is not allowed to access this program.
If you are attempting to configure FormMail to run with this form, you need to add the following to @referers, explained in detail in the README file.
Add 'www.your_site.com' to your @referers array.
FormMail © 2001-2003 London Perl Mongers
FormMail.plin a text editor and attempt to plow through a page full of Perlese (which might as well be written in ancient Egyptian heiroglyphics) looking for that stray comma... STOP.
FormMail.plfrom your downloaded zip file and very carefully run through all the setup steps again. Operative words: very carefully.
Go here to download the most current version of NMS FormMail. If this is not the same as that which I make available for download on the installation page then by all means feel free to rattle my cage and kick my butt.
Go here for the answers to some frequently asked questions about NMS programs.
Go here to browse through questions and answers to see if someone else has already posted something relevant to your situation.
And finally (operative word: finally), go here to fill out an email form to ask NMS programmers to help you with your setup.
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