Will French language be treated as spam? (See more user questions)
Good to hear from you!
Yes indeed, the Pro version addresses this due to customer demand, you can
set the encoding/charset in it to accept any characters.
That error you got through my form was due to the Gobbledegook check, which
you can disable in the Pro version if it gives you a problem. I didn't know
I had it on my contact form, so I disabled it. You can now use your proper
name on my form!
The script and my site was initially intended only for the English language,
hence the problem you got. I will try to make it more accessible to
non-English speakers, but I don't know other languages so it's easy for me
to concentrate on the language I know! I don't know Arabic or Thai for
example, and I aint gonna learn them!!! (that said, the Pro script supports
the encoding for them)
Any questions, just let me know.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, October 31, 2009 5:40 PM
Subject: FormToEmail script
> Comments: Great script Charles!
> The question is that I have french speaking/wtiting clients and I wonder
> that if they use accented characters, will they will be treated as
> spammers by your PRO version?
> I already use your free version and modified it to give responses in
> french and as per your licence, was able to keep the references to
> formtoemail.com in all occurences. But the intermediady link is breaking
> the site's look so...
> Is your PRO version easily translatable for another language without using
> &specialchar; ?
> Thanks in advance and have a good day!
> P.S.: GRRR... My name is (eacute) and by submitting I was told
> about an invalid character in the Name field... If the PRO forms behave
> like this, I will be out of business :-)