Development happens at https://github.com/Kotti/kotti_contactform
To enable the extension in your Kotti site, activate the configurator:
kotti.configurators = kotti_settings.kotti_configure kotti_contactform.kotti_configure
Please note that
kotti_contactform >= 0.4 depends on kotti_settings,
so you have to list it in your
pyramid_mailer for sending mails and
tries to use your mailserver at localhost:25. If these defaults don't
fit your needs, you have to configure
If you add kotti_contactform to an existing Kotti site (i.e. a Kotti
installation with an already existing database), you have to
initialize the database migration with Kotti's
If you upgrade to version 0.1.1 or 0.4 you have to migrate your
database. The migration is performed with alembic and Kotti's
kotti-migrate. To migrate, run
Point your browser to http://your.domain/@@settings to get to the settings page or use the submenupoint of 'Site Setup'.
You can specify a default sender address that will be used as the default for newly created contact forms.
You can also enable the use of a captcha in your contact forms. For the captcha the reCAPTCHA service is used. You have to sign up to get a key pair in order to use the service on your site. In the settings you have to save your public and your private key. Have a look at https://developers.google.com/recaptcha/ to sign up and get your keys.
kotti_contactform are highly welcome.
Just clone its Github repository and submit your contributions as pull requests.
kotti_contactform it can be useful to have a dummy SMTP server that doesn't actually send emails but prints them to the console.
Fortunately this is very easy with Python:
sudo python -m smtpd -n -c DebuggingServer localhost:1025