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Hi there,

My form is not getting submitted, it is showing:

Unable to verify successful email delivery of this form submission.

Attaching for your reference as well: 

Screenshot_20191105-172804__01.thumb.jpg.5daa336b75626f275b0e79ded6074fe6.jpg

In the Backend, it is showing Connection timed out with smtp.gmail.com

Pl guide me how to resolve that

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2 minutes ago, Mithlesh said:

Hi @3fingers, can you help me for the same?

Please consider contextualize a bit more your situation, post some code. Are you using gmail as a service to send your email? Have you allowed then "unsafe" apps to use their smtp for that?
Lot of things to consider.

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@3fingers

Yeah, we are using gmail(smtp.gmail.com) and processwire is showing the below:

Screenshot_20191107-205139.thumb.jpg.76d20f5c5090831130a162b2b99efcee.jpg

I have checked Test settings function, it's showing SMTP settings appear to work properly.

Also, attaching the code's doc for your reference(module code) named: WireMailSmtp.module

WireMailSmtp.module

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Forgot to attach the code

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Your last screenshot says it's working.

So... what's the (new) issue now?

 

P.S.: there is no need for ASAP.

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6 minutes ago, wbmnfktr said:

Your last screenshot says it's working.

So... what's the (new) issue now?

 

P.S.: there is no need for ASAP.

Okay 🙂

So, module settings is showing fine but when someone is trying to fill the form on the website(www.writerrelocations.com), it is like:

Unable to verify successful email delivery of this form submission

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Hi @Mithlesh,

Obviously It is nothing wrong with the WiresMailSmtp. There is some error about the submission of the form.

Please provide code about how your form constructed and the code about how you manage the form submit. Then we can give you some useful hints.

Gideon

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If you are using FormBuilder you might want to take a look at the FormBuilder section of this forum as well. There are many solutions to all kinds of issues. I your case - but that is just a guess - it seems either your hosting is issues sending the mail (security modules in Apache maybe or missing modules) or your form wasn't embedded in the correct way. Saw this a few times when I added the form twice on a page or missed some scripts.

 

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