- bweberAsked on March 11, 2012 at 05:05 PM
I recently created two different forms for my website. Originally they were both embeded with the secure option. When filling out the forms in Internet Explorer their security setting would block the first submission, and say something like "security certificate has been blocked" As a result I decided to disable the secure embedding, and switch back to the normal submission method. Internet Explorer now submitted on the first attempt, but I received an email from Jot Form telling me I've exceeded my 10 free secure forms. My account will exprie on March 12 unless I upgrade to premium.
I should have almost 90 submissions left if not using the Secure method. What can I do to ensure that the forms will not be disabled?
Thanks for your assistance. I do love your form creator it's great!
- jcm0731Answered on March 11, 2012 at 06:21 PM
The quota limits only resets on the first day of next month, this one time I have reset your SSL submissions to 0 and removed the scheduled disabling of your forms. Please make sure to remove Secure Form embeded in your webpage and change it to regular forms instead.
If you require SSL on your JotForm forms, you can try the Premium package also.
NOTE: We can only do reset this one time.
Thanks for using JotForm.
- pinoytechAnswered on March 12, 2012 at 01:35 AM
As you can see in our Pricing page, free account required 100 submission per month, 10 SSL Secure Submission per month and you can only recieved 10 payments per month. That's the reason why you recieved a notification "Over Quota".