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  • This isn’t making any sense. I’ve tried everything posted here. Are the developers going to fix the issue? None of my customers can contact me.

    I’m having issues too

    I’m getting the error message “There was an error trying to send your message. Please try again later.” when testing CF7.

    Themeco support replied with “It looks like it’s expecting a captcha, it’s included in the response but NULL. I checked your CF7 integration and yes, there is reCaptcha. Please check if it’s integrated properly, or please contact CF7 author for this matter.”

    I have not setup reCaptcha, nor is it in my code:

    <div style="float: left; width: 50%;">
    <input type="text" name="first" placeholder="First Name" />
    </div>
    <div style="float: right; width: 50%;">
    <input type="text" name="last" placeholder="Last Name" />
    </div>
    <div style="float: left; width: 50%;">
    <input type="email" name="email" placeholder="Email" />
    </div>
    <div style="float: right; width: 50%;">
    <input type="text" pattern="[0-9]" name="telephone" placeholder="Phone Number" />
    </div>
    ​<textarea id="txtarea" rows="5" cols="50" name="message" placeholder="Message"></textarea>
    
    <b></b>
    <p>[submit "Send"]

    Could the problem be in the mail settings?
    To: info@artilliodesigns.com
    From: [your-name] <info@artilliodesigns.com>
    Subject: Artillio Designs | Website Design and Development “[your-subject]”
    Additional Headers: Reply-To: [your-email]

    Response from Flywheel hosting support:

    “We’ve seen this behavior lately when an SMTP plugin is in use trying to connect to Google for sending. When we send a test email we receive this – http://flywheel.link/03300t100F3P

    We believe it’s due to Google making their services more strict to the OAuth 2 standard they are using. We have seen success with the Gmail SMTP plugin – https://wordpress.org/plugins/gmail-smtp/

    It takes a bit more configuration but we’ve seen it successfully conned to Gmail to send emails.”

    Anyone else having luck with this issue?

    After quite some time I was able to rectify the errors from the validator (even though they weren’t causing any issues before). However, the form continues to claim success without sending any mail. I’ve decided not to use a contact form anymore. They’re just too problematic in general.

    Sad. And a pain in the butt to have to switch and rebuild my forms. :\
    Looks like I’ll be switching too.

    Looks like Form 7 took a nosedive with this latest update adding a ridiculous hard task to simple users like us to fix the validation issues.

    Time to ditch it and look for a plugin that is actually designed for humans.

    Bye Form 7.

    I’m having the same issues as everyone else here. I’m thinking the problem is that my blog is a subdomain and I don’t happen to have any email addresses with that particular blog name. But when the form was automatically created, the program inserted wordpress@myblogname.com … that HAS to be one of the errors.

    Here’s my biggest complaint, and maybe someone here can point me in the right direction: I get a notice that I have 3 errors in the configuration, but I have searched high and low for any hints as to what those errors are. There’s no highlighted error, no red line under something in a tab (as someone else suggested.) Where are the hints? I thought I was fixing an error and wound up with 4 instead of 3 errors!

    Help!

    WAIT! I think I found one of the problems. When we click to create a new contact form, the standard form is created for us to name and then modify. The developers forgot to fix something in their form. I finally found the errors. This may be it for all of you.

    Go to the “Messages” tab when you are editing the contact form. Scroll to the very bottom. The last three are the standard Captcha responses to errors made by the person filling out the form. Even though this is a developer generated form, there is this error message in red to me under each of the three Captcha messages: HTML tags are not allowed in a message.

    Delete the HTML tags in the message, save and You are GOLDEN. All error messages disappeared!! Woo Hoo!

    I dont have those lines even I activated recaptcha.

    Hello Guys,

    if you want to get email address of user like we use in from field
    <your-email> and which giving configuration error

    now you can use additional header for this purpose, like yon see below link and issue will be resolve

    Adding Cc, Bcc and Other Mail Headers

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