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Submission not received on EmailAsked by SamplerBoxIslandgirl on September 23, 2013 at 05:53 PM
I have a form set up for my website & the form submissions were being forwarded to my email address all this time.
However, recently, I received a message (Through Facebook) from a customer asking if I received her application, since she never heard back from me.
The form wasn't in my inbox or my junk mail box.
I have the forms set up to forward to my firstname.lastname@example.org email address. It actually goes through Mozilla Thunderbird & then is supposed to forward to my email@example.com email address.
I checked with my host site ("ShoppePro") & it does show that I set up my lynn@samplerboxisland email address to forward to my firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
So, I contacted ShoppePro. They sent a test message to my email@example.com email address & I received it (In my firstname.lastname@example.org email address)
So, I think the problem is with the form.
Please let me know how this can be fixed.
It would be a matter of verifying if this is an isolated event or if it's an ongoing issue. Nevertheless, the submission that user made should be stored on your JotForm account, despite the email being sent or not.
I've gone ahead and check in our records the email address used on your account but I see no errors on the that end.
Kindly test submitting on your end and if the issue persits. Do let us know. Thank you.