I have set up a client's webpage with a contact form that mails to a list of different people. It's a simple contact form that you can view here (it's set up to email just me right now). I have used reCaptcha and reCaptcha 2.0 with new keys generated for each, the form executes correctly, but the email never arrives. When I don't use reCaptcha at all, the form executes and sends the email through. His site is hosted on GoDaddy. I ran the form_check.php script and it returned only two checks, PHP was okay and PHP mail config was okay. SQL was not listed at all so no check or x on it.
Any help would be great because the mailer list is getting spammed. For a temporary fix until the above issue is resolved, I think I'm going to set up a new email with a strict spam filter and then forward from it.
Perhaps this doc will help:
Also, some hosting services require that the email address to which the form is sent is the same as the site domain. For example, if the site is mynewsite.com, then you must send the email to email@example.com. You can send to multiple addresses at other domains as long as the first address follows that rule.