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    Question Open Source Form Processor ?

    Hello,

    I'm looking for a Form Processor with advanced features (which can use
    reCAPTCHA services).
    Do you have a good one to advise me?
    Preferably an Open Source project, GPL/Freeware


    Thanks,
    Christopher

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    Here is a script that is highly recommended by Blizzard (a DD forum member) -- someone I would highly trust.

    It seems to be very secure and do all you want. Not sure about the license, but it's free so it might well be GPL or the like (didn't bother to look around, it's not listed on the main page. it's probably listed in the script itself).

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    Thanks, it looks great!
    I've checked its features but I didn't find if it was possible to save the form data into CSV file on the server.
    Do you know that?

    Thanks,
    Chris

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    Hmm, not sure either.

    I don't personally use this script, so I couldn't tell you much more about it than what's on the page I linked to. I see that several people have asked in the comments about CSV files, so you might want to search around in the comments to see if the scripts' writers (or other knowledgable folk) responded to those users.

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    Phorm is a relatively powerful, and customizable form processor. http://www.php-form.net/

    You can save it to a .txt file or even into a database. You can get rid of the copyright information by buying the $10.00 version but it isn't OPENSource, per se, but you have the code... I have been using this guys processor for years on many, many different types of forms.

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