The $TARGET_EMAIL feature is more generic than having a fixed email address in the configuration.
If our email address is already conveniently presented in formmail.php, why cant the form pick up the valid email address from this file or any other? Please, is there a solution to this? We dont want human beings(SPAMMERS) coming to our site and viewing the source code to harvest our email addresses.
If you're creative, then AT_MANGLE can be sufficient to fool a person. For example, what is this email address?
If AT_MANGLE is "ithjones", then it's firstname.lastname@example.org, but no-one would never guess that!
However, many people have asked for this feature, so, yes, we'll be providing a way of leaving the email out of the HTML completely.
Yes, it's a pain isn't it?
please would you consider removing all those comments from formmail.php and placing them in another file?
It may be only a few milliseconds or even microseconds, but, yes, smaller is better.
could surely make formmail.php a faster exectable php script
What if each configuration setting had a URL above it, which took you to a webpage describing that setting?
Thanks for your feedback.