First of all you posted your original request 50 minutes ago. It's 1:50pm here and we are just returning from lunch. Hence, no response. So calm down.
Second, if your Gravity Forms is not sending email it is not a bug. It is a server configuration specific to your site setup. Gravity Forms uses the built in WordPress mail function call, it doesn't have it's own mail function.
Depending on your server setup you may need to send email via SMTP by installing AND properly configuring a WordPress SMTP plugin. Most users who need to use SMTP use this plugin:
As for "ERROR: Could not establish a database connection" that is a server error, not a Gravity Forms error. So if you are having an issue, can you please provide more details so we can assist you with this? Where is it happening? When is it happening? etc. It's most likely a database server issue, WordPress couldn't connect to the database.
This is the first time you have posted reporting an issue about having problems sending email notifications. So as far as not being able to resolve this issue in the past, you never reported it. Your only prior support forum post was blasting us for features that you couldn't find and exclaiming how you had been cheated when in actuality you had not upgraded to the version of Gravity Forms that had those new features and were running an older version.
We are here to help, and go out of our way to help our users, but we would hope users requesting support would do so in a rational manner.
Posted 10 years ago on Thursday July 8, 2010 | Permalink