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Hi

You have got it in the wrong place.

Are you using my free script or the Pro version? I would advise that you
get a fresh copy of the script and start again. I have attached the free
version to this email for you. If you have the Pro version, you can get a
fresh copy here:

http://formtoemail.com/download.php

It doesn't matter which version of the script you use, the email address is
entered in the same place in the same way.

Open up your fresh copy of the script in a text editor, such as Notepad.
Locate this line:

$my_email = "delete these words and put the email address only in here
between the quotes";

Change it to this:

$my_email = "mail@example.com";

Save the file and upload it to your webspace in the same directory/folder
that the page with the contact form is on.

That's all you need to do with the script. This is the bare minimum. Try
it like this first, to get it working. Thereafter, you can open up the
script again in your text editor, make any changes, save it and upload it to
your webspace again...but get it working first.

You also need to have the form code on your website. See the instructions
in the script or on my support section for more information if you need it.

Any questions, just let me know (please advise which version of the script
you have and the URL of your form page).

Best wishes.

Charles Sweeney
http://FormToEmail.com
The world's easiest feedback script!

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, May 18, 2009 8:36 PM
Subject: Re: FormToEmail script


> Hi Charles,
> I have been rereading and this is a copied section of what my code in
> the php file looks like:
>
>
>
>
>
> if(isset($_REQUEST['name']) && !empty($_REQUEST['name'])){$from_name =
> stripslashes($_REQUEST['name']);}
>
> $headers = "From: {$from_name} <{$_REQUEST['email']}>";
>
> }
>
> mail($my_email = "mail@example.com",$subject,$message,$headers);