- Brian HouseAsked on October 27, 2011 at 01:48 PM
We have a client with very limited internet data access and jotform.com is not allowed on their systems. Our site is approved but they will not approve jotform.com. How can we eliminate this challenge, because we use jotform.com for all of our webforms on our site, but we can't have it losing us business because of these security features. Is there any way we can store jotforms submit.php file on our servers to avoid this happening any more?
Brian T. House
CEO-Auto Glass Concepts
- JotForm SupportliyamAnswered on October 27, 2011 at 02:07 PM
If I may ask, in your client's network, is jotform.com specifically blocked while it allows all other domains? If so, you can try using jotform.net instead.
It would be pointless to get the submit.php file if the network does not allow in anyway to connect to jotform.com to make an actual submission. It wil also not run if you only have submit.php.
If you wish to deploy your own jotform in your own server, you can try purchasing the JotForm Application. You can learn more about our licensing solutions on this link.
If you have other questions or concerns, please let us know.