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A very simple contact form application for django

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django-wattup v1.0

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A very simple contact form application for django.

Quick Start
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Add "wattup" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this::

INSTALLED_APPS = (
...
'wattup',
)

Include the wattup URLconf in your projects urls.py like so:

url(r'', include('wattup.urls'))

Add this to your projects settings.py:

EMAIL_USE_TLS = foo

EMAIL_HOST = 'foo'

EMAIL_PORT = foo

EMAIL_HOST_USER = 'foo'

EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD = 'foo'

DEFAULT_TO_EMAIL = 'foo'

DEFAULT_FROM_EMAIL = 'foo'

ORG_NAME = 'foo'

*NOTE*

Make sure that these settings are correct!

"DEFAULT_TO_EMAIL" is the email address you want the messages to go to.

"DEFAULT_FROM_EMAIL" is the email address you want the message to say it is from.

Run 'python manage.py syncdb'

Start the development server and visit http://127.0.0.1:8000/contact


From here, you should be able to send a message using the form you are given. If it does not work, check your settings.py

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