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What's going on - problem with php email?

Engaged ,
Feb 23, 2018

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Hello

I need some help ... or explanation.

I have a form with a php respond on a server that when I did it, I put my email to checked if I got a return.

Well, when I saw that I got one, I took out my email and re-send the php file to the server.

Mmm .. I still got emial from that form.

Well, then, I deleted the php file from the server and re-send the new file (like 10 times verify that my email wasnt' on it) so

I thought, problem solved.

Guess what?  I'm still getting email from that form ... WT$?

What's going on?

How can I fix that?

Did you ever had that kind of 'thing' happened to you?

I'll wait for your respond ... this is freaky

Thanks

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What's going on - problem with php email?

Engaged ,
Feb 23, 2018

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Hello

I need some help ... or explanation.

I have a form with a php respond on a server that when I did it, I put my email to checked if I got a return.

Well, when I saw that I got one, I took out my email and re-send the php file to the server.

Mmm .. I still got emial from that form.

Well, then, I deleted the php file from the server and re-send the new file (like 10 times verify that my email wasnt' on it) so

I thought, problem solved.

Guess what?  I'm still getting email from that form ... WT$?

What's going on?

How can I fix that?

Did you ever had that kind of 'thing' happened to you?

I'll wait for your respond ... this is freaky

Thanks

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 23, 2018

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Please supply the link to the site and the PHP code for the respond.


Ben

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 24, 2018

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I'm going to guess that there is more than one PHP script on your site.  And you're not editing the correct file. 

Linux servers are cAsE sEnSiTiVe.  A file called CONTACT.php is not the same as Contact.php or contact.php.   

Nancy

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Engaged ,
Feb 26, 2018

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thanks Ben and Nancy

Well, I re-check the files on the server and I got ONLY 1 PHP file with the name where the form goes.
Just in case, I deleted all other files with a possible form on it, so I'm sure that there is no other way to miss

Here is what I have on the PHP form, where the email should go;

"

$config['recipients'] = 'litto@comcast.net';

As you can see, there is no other emails to where to go.  Hope this work

Thanks again, I'll let you know what happend

Saludos

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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By any chance is Comcast forwarding emails to your other address?

Nancy

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