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Ajax Contact showing message "Invalid address:..."

6 years 2 weeks ago #21344 by j.halsan
Just recently when using our contact page, we are getting the following message after validating and below "Send me a copy"
Invalid address: Website Manager AWCCS

The thing is, the email is sent and received, but after sending the message, this comment shows up. (see attachment)

Is there a reason why this is happening now when it wasn't before? Is there an adjustment I can make? Thanks very much.


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6 years 2 weeks ago #21347 by support

Are you using the latest Ajax Contact version?

Best regards,

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