Protecting your email form from spam

‘spam protect’ is a feature that prevents the possibility of a form filler to spam your form and shower you with unwanted entries and emails. Once a form filler presses on the ‘submit’ button in your published email form he/she is prompted to fill in the characters in the captcha box before the form may be submitted.

Please note!
In Safari/IE6/IE7 or in forms smaller than 220×220 pixels the spam protect prompt (in section 3) will appear in a regular pop up window.

All you need to do in order to add this feature to your email form is:
1) enter your form in the email form creator
2) check the “Spam Protect” checkbox situated in the ‘form Settings’.

3) Save the form.
The Following image displays the ‘Spam Protect’ prompt that will appear once a user attempts to submit the form.

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