My SMTP Contact

Downloads: 791
Category: Plugin
Compatible with: GetSimple 2.01 - 3.3

Last Updated: March 27, 2020
Tags: contact form contact contacts smtp form forms mail
Author: denis
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Support: Support Forum

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Plugin Description:

This plugin will help you to set up a contact form with captcha and checkbox. Plugin can be used SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) to send mail.

  • standart or smtp ways to send mail
  • ability to send to multiple addresses
  • on/off captcha with salt
  • additional simple spam protection (hidden input)
  • on/off checkbox
  • translation into other languages
  • alternative fildes (you can create form elements, ability to send attachments)
  • save fields contents if incorrect input


admin example

Customization example:

customization example

  • Standart PHP mail sending is enabled by default. Alternative fields are disabled by default. Captcha uses cookies.

  • The plugin can be translated into other languages. See /lang/en.php, ru.php ... Make your translation and upload the "xx.php" file to the directory - /lang/ - then select your language file in the plugin settings. Do not use 'id', 'name' attribute for alternative fields.

  • SMTP tested with,, (ssl:// | ssl:// | ssl:// | port: 465). Should work with other, but I have not tested. To send from you need to click "ON" here:

  • The settings are stored in the plugin directory, when you update the plugin you need to enter your data again.

message example

Install Instructions:

Unzip and place file in the plugin folder of GetSimple. Then activate the plugin. Add this line of code to the template where you would like to display the contact form. For example, place this code in the side column of the template. Or create a component and paste this code into it.

<?php if (function_exists('GetMSC')) { GetMSC(); } ?>

Then go to the plugin settings.

If you create a component and paste plugin code into it and you would like a component to be displayed on only one page, that can be done by adding the following code to your theme's template.php file:

<?php if (return_page_slug()=='PAGE') get_component('COMPNAME'); ?>

Don't forget to replace PAGE with your page's slug and COMPNAME with the component's name.

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