Why doesn't my PHP contact form or WordPress contact plugin work? (Click Here for More Info)

In an effort to eliminate spam-faciliating websites and ensure that compromised website or WordPress installations are not used to send out spam, we've disabled PHP Mailing at a server level.

This means in order for you to receive WordPress, PHP contact form, or other forms of website mail, you will need to use SMTP authentication. Thankfully it's as simple as installing this plugin ( https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-mail-smtp/ ) and setting up an email like "wordpress@example.com".

For HTML/PHP websites using a contact form, we highly recommend you upgrade to either a WordPress solution or contact your web designer regarding something different.
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