“It looks like the guy in orange has given a homeless man a suit to go to a job interview and he’s saying ‘I’d better get that fucking suit back mate’.”
@SDF I appreciate that but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art.
The world's oldest spreadsheet - about 4600 years old - has errors in it. Of course.
Thanks to Matt Parker's "Spreadsheet News Network" report (triggered by the UK's failure to count COVID-19 cases correctly), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUp8pkoeMss pointing me to the European Spreadsheet Risk Interest Group, and their page of horror stories ... http://www.eusprig.org/horror-stories.htm
Oh yeah, and SPF! Another good one. Is your webserver’s mailserver in your SPF record? Does it sign with DKIM? Have you checked your DMARC reports lately?
Experience suggests odds are pretty good your form broke sometime in the last couple of years anyway—bad address, broken form, misconfigured mailserver. Did you notice? Do you test it?
A plea from your friendly neighborhood op: please don’t put a contact form on your website…not even with a CAPTCHA. Just put your addresses on it, including your email address.
“But I’ll get spammed!”—You’ll get spammed anyway, if you have your own domain, and addresses like contact@ and sales@ work. Worse, you might enable spamming others.
“I’ll put a CAPTCHA on it!”—Don’t offload administrative hassle onto your users!
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko