Processing more than one form, blocking spam per IP class (See more user questions)
Just make a copy of the script for each form and give it a different name,
then use that name in the relevant form action.
It's difficult to block messages from non-US users. There are ways around
it like using a proxy or signing up for a US hosting/email account. Bear in
mind also, that most spam comes from the US.
The best thing you could do is to block by IP class. Have a look in the
script instructions about that, it's under the block IP section. You would
need to do a bit of research to get the IP addresses/classes to block.
Doing it that way, you don't block individual IP addresses but whole blocks
Don't get me wrong, there are other ways to go about this, with the same
limitations but they are not included in the script.
Any questions, just let me know.
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2008 7:25 PM
Subject: FormToEmail script
> I have the pro version of form to email and I wish to use it for several
> forms on one of my sites each redirecting to different pages on the site.
> Additionally, how can I block forms from all non-us addresses. I have
> received several spams on one of my sites through the form with emails
> from uk and ru (romania?). Thank you for your help with these issues