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Discussion in 'Wordpress Support' started by Davek0974, Dec 6, 2019.
Tech from the hosts suggested doing a test by removing the QCF plugin and installing these...
Contact Form 7
Easy WP SMTP
It actually works perfectly with this setup so its staying for the present.
Its a bit disappointing because i now have three plugins doing the job of one, but if it works, it works.
Flamingo is used to log and retrieve the messages in case they fail.
Uses hidden reCaptcha v3 as well.
Still have no idea why the QCF plugin fails on my server, no way i can find out i guess.
What version of PHP are you using?
It's been discovered that PHP7.4 is causing problems. You should really just be using it as a test platform for now.
QCF has 4 captcha functions. It's pretty secure.
7.0.33 seems to give errors
7.2.18 seems to work fine
Not sure why I have two PHP versions on the same host...
PHP7 is now out of support, 7.2 and 7.3 are the preferred versions.
You can change the PHP version on you site(s) in your cpanel using the 'Multi PHP Manager' tool.
Running PHP 7.2.25
Have been for some time now.
So that's that idea in the bin.
Its never simple when it comes to me
OK, another issue found/fixed.
Do you have anything entered for the From Address on the Send Options tab?
I had entered my email address, but when I installed "Post SMTP" it logged the following error.
Invalid "From" e-mail address ""[email protected]""
I removed the email address and test emails are sending correctly.
I also removed the email address from the Autoresponse settings and they seem to be working to.
Let me know how you get on.
The form is here
If anyone wants to try it and let us know if you get an autoreply. Just put "test" in the message area.
Form worked ok here.
On my one the from-address had to be an account on the same domain
What happens if you leave it blank?
The form won't save if its blank.