Not getting mail from Nice & Simple Contact Form
# January 22, 2013 at 8:31 am
I’ve got the form set up here: [http://keithneilson.co.uk/experimental/Mittelstand/#](http://keithneilson.co.uk/experimental/Mittelstand/# “”)
Not only am I not getting mails from it, I’d also like it to remain on the ‘CONTACT’ part of the page and simply replace the form with the “Thank you” message (but that’s another issue)# January 22, 2013 at 12:33 pm
> While I’m here is there any way for the ‘From’ email to be the same as the one submitted?
Keep in mind that this may get your mail caught by more spam filters. The email *is not* “from” the person who filled out the form – it’s “from” your website. You might set the `Reply-to` header with that person’s email address, but the `From` address should be an address on your domain (typically something like “firstname.lastname@example.org”).# January 22, 2013 at 2:03 pm
In this case, sure, since you’re only sending emails to yourself.
But what’s the *reason* for wanting the user’s name in the `From` field? The most common reason is to allow you to “reply” to the message. Using the `Reply-to` header allows that, without the need for any workarounds.
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