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    "...requested method POST is now allowed..."

    I had set up two contact forms (both use the same ASP file) on a website months ago, and they both worked perfectly. This error message started occuring a few days ago when anyone tries to use either form:

    "Method Not Allowed. The requested method POST is not allowed for the URL /sendmail.asp."

    Both the Contact page, http://www.888windsearch.com/employment.html and the Employment page http://www.888windsearch.com/contact.html use this ASP file: http://www.888windsearch.com/sendmail.asp

    No one has touched any of my files on the website since I uploaded them. Except someone uploaded a folder called "aspnet_client" in September (don't know why). But my files were untouched. I don't know who did that or why. I went into account settings, and ASP is allowed and activated.

    I'd really appreciate any help on this. Thanks!

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    You're page 'sendmail.asp' uses a component to send out the e-mails.
    Perhaps your provider changed/upgraded the component and it needs more info before it can send e-mails.

    Contact your hosting party.

    HTH, Tom
    Last edited by Whatever Jr.; 11-06-2007 at 04:59 PM. Reason: Hmm, damn typo...

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    Thanks for your help! The problem was actually resolved by my provider. Some sort of hosting switch had to be made on their end. But all of those settings had been unchanged since I set up the site. Very strange.


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