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    Default Socket error 0: Cannot resolve host name

    I just recieved this error today for the first time on a form that has been running fine for a while.

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    The following error occurred in FormMail :
    Socket error 0: Cannot resolve host name "myDomain.com"  :
    I went and tried the form and it appears to be working. Any ideas what may have caused this outburst?

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    Default Re: Socket error 0: Cannot resolve host name

    afaik, formmail only opens urls for templates (only if u have TEMPLATEURL specified) and for error handlign

    check the ur forms error handling is working ok.

    name resolution can be a temporary fault - maybe someone just got unlucky, and tried to suibmit ur form when ur server or host had a glitch.

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    Default Re: Socket error 0: Cannot resolve host name

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply.

    Yes I'd have to agree, i guess it was just some hiccup because i haven't heard a peep since.

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