Add a contact form to any post, page or text widget. Messages will be sent to any email address you choose. As seen on WordPress.com.
The plugin was written in Southern California, home of an unusual fish call the Grunion. There's no correlation between fish and contact forms as far as I can tell; it's just a fun sounding word that's geographically apropos.
If you have Akismet installed on your blog, you shouldn't get much spam. All the messages people send to you through the contact form will be filtered through Akismet.
If a logged member of your site sends you a message, the end of the email will let you know that the message was sent by a verified user. Otherwise, you can't trust anything... just like a blog comment.
Anonymity is both a curse and a blessing :)
By default, the email is sent to the author of the post with the contact form in it. So each author on your blog can have his or her own contact form.
In the contact form shortcode, you can specify what email address(es) messages should be sent to with the
Just make the title of your post "Contact Mary" or put "Hey, drop John a line with the form below" in the body of your post.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2011-10-21
0 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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