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Contact Form

Contact Form is a Perl script that allows users to send you email through a Web interface. It is designed to thwart spammers by not allowing email to be sent to unknown addresses, or revealing the addresses that it knows. In addition to this, it does not contain cross site scripting vulnerabilities or allow arbitrary code to be run on the host. It provides adequate information in the headers it sends to trace spammers, can check the validity of all data before sending emails, and features a customizable interface that allows for arbitrary fields.

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Recent releases

  •  01 May 2014 20:36

    Release Notes: Uses the user's email address in the Reply-To field rather than the From field (by default) to bypass spam filtering.

    •  05 Dec 2011 13:59

      Release Notes: This release adds a new Dutch translation and a minor bugfix to specify the default language.

      •  30 Nov 2011 14:42

        Release Notes: This release focuses on internationalization. The contact form is now easily translatable. Several small bugs were addressed.

        •  24 Sep 2008 13:57

          Release Notes: The ability to use CAPTCHA for spam prevention and an external XML file configuration option were added.

          •  14 Sep 2007 12:32

            Release Notes: This release fixes bugs with the bot trap fields that were introduced in the last version and fixes annoyances that prevented the form from working well in Internet Explorer.


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