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How to use Frontpage Forms with Autoresponders

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by rmcmanamy, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. rmcmanamy

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    We just moved onto Plesk 7.5.3 and so far I love the control panel features but we can't get the Frontpage Forms to work properly with the Reply To field.

    In Frontpage you can send the results of the form to an email address and in Frontpage also set it up so the ReplyTo field in the email is populated with one of the values from the form.

    This works fine and it goes to the email on our site and the Autoresponder sends the email back out to the address the user put in the form.

    The problem is that the Plesk Autoresponder is limiting the number of times it sends it out regardless of the actual email address the autoresponder is sending it to. It must be limiting it on the sites email that is sending the email over and not on where it is actually sending it.

    In other words if in Plesk I set the "Reply to the unique e-mail address not more than *" to 3 it will send out
    rodney1@cadzation.com
    rodney2@cadzation.com
    rodney3@.cadzation.com

    But as soon as the 4th person enters their email in the form it won't go out.
    rodney4@cadzation.com won't be replied to.

    So that means I have a max of 100 people that could use the form in any given day.

    An example of where we are using this is:
    www.cadzation.com/downloads.htm

    Any ideas. This seams to be so simple yet I have yet to find a control panel that handles this properly. Out last one didn't allow you to specify the outgoing ReplyTo address in the Autoresponders so it could get stuck in an endless loop.
     
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