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QUESTION:
How can I get more form processors?

ANSWER:
All FormMail.com plans limit the number of configurable form processors. Many users think that this means they can only setup a limited number of forms or configure their forms in a limited number of ways. This is not true.

In fact, the default configuration for each Form Processor allows for dynamic configuration of the processor on each form submission. What this means for you is that a single form processor in your account can process any HTML form that you design. You can configure the behavior of this processor entirely through the use of hidden form fields. More information on dynamic configuration can be found by clicking on the name of the Form Processor in your plan and reading the detailed guide.

Last Modified: July 29, 2003

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