A contact form script written in PHP. Features very easy to set up script, NO chmood'ing or database access neccessary, autoreply including the information sent by user, redirect-option and contact-form. Highly customizable. Includes only 3 files.
This script will send a form by email, once submitted it will disable the submit button so the user cannot Spam the web master and also set a cookie so the user cannot load the form again. The script is has a wide range of options you can change as well as a good documentation.
A very simple way to add an email form to your site. All you have to do is change one variable (your email address) and put it anywhere on your site. The admin gets the message, subject, submitter's name and email, the ip address and hostname of the user, and the user-agent of the user.
An easy to use web form mailer written in PHP. It includes a sample form, but you can easily make your own. Configures in 3 easy steps.
After the form has been submitted, it creates a "Thank You" page displaying the submitted information. Also logs IP addresses in the mail you receive. V 1.2 fixes a typo in one of the variables.
TF (Trouble Free) MailForm is an easy alternative to the other form emailing scripts. Features include: Text or HTML emails, Alphabetic or User-defined sort, Auto-redirect, Easy to configure, and more.
AKISS-Form (A-Keep-it-Simple-Stupid-Form) is a simple contact form which allows you to select the person to send an email to from a dropdown list. It writes a thank-you page when the form has been submitted. Made for people who want something that's quick and useful without varous features they don't need.
Automatically generated section 508 accessibility standards compliant contact form, connected to database for storage and automatic report generation. Reports display options include all info, email addresses and mailing addresses. Reports are generated in coma-separated-values format for easy exchange with MS Office applications.
PGPmail is a basic PHP script that will take the fields in a form, encrypt them using PGP, then send them to an email address. It also supports redirection to another page after completion. When used with a secure (https) page, you can safely send private data via an HTML form.