We've just run across a problem I haven't seen before. When you have a page with a mail form, you can't save comments – the Save button (for a new comment) appears to be enabled, but nothing happens when you click it or Cancel. (Preview does work.)
When I look at the page source, it looks to me like the </form> tag for the mail form is missing or misplaced.
It seems like this was introduced recently – we've got a comment from June 23 on a page with a mail form.
We're on Confluence 5.5 and Mail Form NG 4.0.3. (I think we were still on 5.1 June 23, so it looks like the upgrade might be causing this.)
Anyone else see this?
Hope this finds you well.
In the Form Mail plugin version 4.0.3 , this bug was reported and logged in our system.
We have since then fixed this issue with the next release version 4.0.5 of the plugin.
Please find below the version history as well as the release notes for the newly released versions.
We would kindly ask you to upgrade to the latest version of our plugin v.4.1 which provides compatibility for Confluence version 5.4 - 5.7 as it now includes latest bug fixes and additional new features that have been included with this release.
Please find the documentation below to acquaint yourself with all the new features and changes we have made with our FormMail plugin.
If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us via our Contact Us Form or write us an email at email@example.com. Please be sure to set enquiry type to “Support services & Plugins”. Please provide the following information:
Apologies for the delay in getting back to you. We've now fixed this bug in the latest release - Form Mail 4.1. We've also added a series of new and improved features, making Form Mail more robust whilst giving you more options when creating and sending mail forms. Check out the latest release on the marketplace for more details.
Adaptavist Product Team
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