Hi everyone... I have made good use of Form Mail on our church website and really like it- it's the easiest I've used yet. I have a weird problem, so if you can help please do. Thanks!
My problem is I just created two new forms. They are in the same folder with the formmail.php and are identically configured up top of the form (steps 1-4) except Form A requires "church_name" and Form B requires "jurisdiction_name." Form A works wonderfully- takes you to the thank you page (good_url) if everything is filled out properly and to the error page (bad_url) if it's not.
Here's the weird thing... Form B works fine if all required fields are filled in (sends me the email, directs the user to the thank you page) but if one of the required fields aren't filled in, I get the following error:
Any and all help is appreciated!
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