Flamingo

Description

Flamingo est à l’origine une extension créée pour permettre le stockage des messages soumis par Contact Form 7.

Après avoir activé l’extension, vous trouverez Flamingo sur l’écran d’administration de WordPress. Tous les messages envoyés via les formulaires de contact sont listés là et sont consultables. Avec Flamingo, vous n’avez plus besoin de vous en faire de perdre des messages importants à cause de problèmes sur le serveur de messagerie ou de mauvaise configuration de messagerie.

Pour des informations plus détaillées, reportez-vous à la page de documentation Contact Form 7.

Notifications de confidentialité

Cette extension enregistre les données issues des formulaires de contact, ces derniers pouvant être des données personnelles d’utilisateur, dans la base de données du serveur hébergeant le site Web.

Installation

  1. Chargement de l’intégralité du répertoire flamingo dans /wp-content/plugins/.
  2. Activez l’extension depuis le menu « Extensions » de WordPress.

Avis

28 octobre 2021
I love this plugin. One thing I would like is that I don't like the sidebar in the admin panel to be overwhelmed. It would be nice if there is an option to place it within the ContactForm7 items in the side menu.
20 octobre 2021
An absolutely first-rate and honest program - well designed and reliable. What is more, it is featured on the CF7 website. I considered this program and CFDB7. I was suspicious of the reviews on CFDB7 - only 400k installs and circa 1500+ 5-star reviews. At the time of writing, Flamingo has 700k installs and 100+ reviews. Having promoted software myself this seems much more realistic. CFDB7 also has a page comparing it with Flamingo and it makes a big thing about the number of reviews they have in comparison with Flamingo - which increases my suspicion even more. One thing that is worth bearing in mind is that when you launch an app you are inundated by dodgy 3rd world companies trying to sell you 1000+ 5-star reviews.
25 juin 2021
I have CF7 but I don't receive the messages. Flamingo resolves this problem for me. 🙂
4 juin 2021
If your site is regularly scanned with penetration testing tools like Arachni or Netsparker do not use this plugin. A single Netsparker scan can easily overwhelm a site with this plugin enabled. Performance degrades severely over the course of a pentest scan as "spam" messages build up. Submitting a new contact form slows down considerably because on the backend there seem to be an ever increasing number of database queries as the number of messages Flamingo stores goes up. Eventually it becomes like an amplification attack and it will overwhelm the backend WordPress database with too many queries. Submitting a single new contact form eventually produces thousands of queries on the backend to the database.
20 novembre 2020
Big fan of Flamingo for CF7. Simple, elegant and no extra fluff to it. Love the inbox filter. Once and a while a qualified message slips through, but overall very happy. Will use on all my WP sites.
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2.2.2

  • Address Book: Hides the Filter button if there is no working filter.

2.2.1

  • Outputs a local date/time in a CSV export file.
  • Removes load_plugin_textdomain() calls.
  • Removes a reference to $_wp_last_object_menu.
  • Removes the set-screen-option filter.
  • Inherits post_status from the previous admin page.
  • Avoids using wp_date() for MySQL DATETIME values.
  • Has been tested with WordPress 5.6.

2.2

  • Sets the post_date of an inbound message based on the submission timestamp.
  • Allows users to search and filter messages within the Spam subgroup.
  • Changes the visibility of the $found_items property to private and introduces the count() method as an alternative.
  • Changes the visibility of the $id property to private and introduces the id() method as an alternative.
  • Introduces the submission result in the inbound message viewer screen.
  • Stores the posted_data_hash value for search.

2.1.1

  • Security enhancement, CSV: Prefixes a field when its value begins with =, +, -, or @. See https://contactform7.com/2020/01/15/heads-up-about-spreadsheet-vulnerabilities/ for details.
  • New filter hook: flamingo_csv_field_prefix

2.1

  • UI improvements in displaying JSON reCAPTCHA logs in the Inbound Message editor page.
  • Moves to trash automatically after every 30 days of the creation of spam messages.