contact form w/recaptcha

**Not a developer**
I need a simple contact form process that (1) works in a .NET environment and (2) can be easily modified to add additional fields (3) uses a CAPTCHA or RECAPTCHA to minimize form spam ...

I have the basic contact form HTML built, but dont have the actual process functioning.

While i would love validation included; right now, the priority is the basic contact form to work with the necessary fields generated and submitted via email to a specified address ... any help appreciated -- and any .NET programmers looking for project work, feel free to contact as we are in desperate need of QUALITY developers that take their work seriously.
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Hi swollengoat,
It won't be quick or easy to provide a working contact form aspx page that has all your requirements without testing/debugging within your project and with your preferences, SMTP settings, etc..

You can try this tutorial that will show step-by-step how to create a contact form in ASP.NET

And here is a simple way of how to incorporate captcha using plug-in

Hope this helps

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swollengoatAuthor Commented:
thanks for the resources; will check them out and pop back to give u points if i can figure them out -- agan, i am not a developer so looking for something that is super easy to implement. i'm actually the biz dev manager ... but gotta get the platform done so we can bring on clients ...

swollengoatAuthor Commented:

Thank you but, while this is definitely a viable solution, without an actual background in development, I doubt it is something I would be able to implement myself.
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