Umbraco Website contact form not working after migration

Hi There,

We have migrated an umbraco website to GoDaddy shared hosting. After migration everything seems to be working as expected apart from the contact form.
When we fill out the contact form and press send, we receive attached .NET error.
We have even changed the STMP relay server on the web.config file to Godaddy's internal SMTP relay server but still the same error.

Please do let us know what we can try next to get this fixed.

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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Maybe this will help.

it works if I write this on the template and the form behaves correctly:


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RobKanjAuthor Commented:
Hi Randy

thank you and implemented but not working yet. As we are inexperienced in this I have offloaded this to developers who should be able to support it.
will revert.
Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
OK I am assuming you no longer need help since you offloaded the project to developers.
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RobKanjAuthor Commented:
Thanks Randy. May I keep the question open as the developers I know are schooled in PHP and mySQL and they don't know Umbraco so well.

Also as you know, it's sitting on ASP and Dot Net and again I'm hoping they can troubleshoot to a degree although they have been realistic on their expectations.

Best wishes
Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
That's fine, let us know if you need help.
RobKanjAuthor Commented:
the link definitely helped and so much appreciation for that
The "Controller" and "Model" folders were corrupted and missing files. Recreated by developers and all good.
Thanks you.
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