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<h1>PHP Form to Mail (Light) Documentation</h1>

<h2>Setup, Manual</h2>

<p>If your server does not allow PHP file Write
access, you must configure FtM manually.  You can
do so by following these steps  (this method assumes
that you have at least a basic working knowledge of
PHP):
<ol>
	<li>Edit the <i>formmail.php</i> that is located
	in the <i>manual</i> folder
		<p>This folder should be wherever you unpacked
		the FtM files to on your computer.  Open the
		file in plain text mode (ie; in notepad if
		using Windows).</p></li>
	<li>Change the contents of the <i>$config</i>
	variables
		<p>For a list of what each variable means,
		refer to <a href="setup.htm">the definitions
		in the automated setup documentation</a>.
		All new values should be contained in speach
		marks and properly escaped.</p></li>
	<li>Upload the file <b>formmail.php</b> from the
	<i>manual</i> folder
		<p>Upload the file to the same folder on your
		web server as all the other FtM files were
		uploaded to.</p></li>
	<li>Test it!
		<p>We strongly recommend testing the FtM form
		on your web server once you have made any changes
		to ensure everything is working correctly.</p></li>
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