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SSL and the Form account.Asked by shickman on October 13, 2014 at 09:26 AM
Getting this msg.
Your forms will be disabled Tuesday at 12pm EST. Free accounts are limited to 10 SSL submissions
I have read the other post from other users and did disabled the SSL.
I'm not intending at the moment to use any Secured Submission through your site.
I worked hard to setup the FORM the way I want, so I had to send test submission during this time resulting in the MSG above.
It will be wise on your site not to enable the SSL by default so users will not get stack and work hard to setup everything and find out that you opposed hidden restriction and they can't use your site anymore.
I defiantly will use your site however if you want more users staying on your site and potentially purchasing a package, please remove the restriction you put on.
For now I would ask you not to suspend my FORM as it was in testing and not used live.
If the account will be suspended I'll look at other option than your site.
My account: Shickman
You have exceeded the allowed submission limits and that is the reason why you have received this email. Only 10 SSL submissions are allowed in Free account.
I have manually reset your SSL counter to zero and your account is now active. Please be informed that we can reset the counter only once per account. We will not be able to help next time and if you exceed the submission limit, you will have to upgrade your account or wait for the first day of next month when the submission counters are reset.
You should stop using the secure forms urls and secure embed scripts should be replaced by non secure embed scripts.