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I don't know which contact form and mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be conimngcoming from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.

I don't know which contact form and mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be conimng from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.

I don't know which contact form and mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be coming from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.

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I don't know which contact form anand mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be conimng from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.

I don't know which contact form an mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be conimng from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.

I don't know which contact form and mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be conimng from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.

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I don't know which contact form an mailing plugins you are using, but in general you shouldn't configure contact form mails to be conimng from the email address entered. Many E-Mail servers don't accept mail like this.

Instead you should properly configure a Reply-To: header with the info entered in the form. If this is done correctly, the recipient of the contact form mail can simply click on relpy in his Mail client / Webmail and will reply to the info entered in the contact form.

The info for the From: header should provide an existing E-Mail address which is authenticated with the credentials you use to connect to the Google SMTP servers.

As wordpress doesn't have a contact form itself, you are probably using a plugin. As you haven't supplied any info about which plugin is in use, I can't provide an exact info on how to configure it.