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The Contact module provides a personal contact form for every registered user. This form lets people send e-mail messages to each other without publishing their e-mail addresses on the web site. Each user can decide whether he wants to enable his contact form. The Contact module also provides a form for contacting the site administrator, the sitewide contact form, which serves as a simple and effective way to gather feedback.
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When the Contact module is enabled, a Contact tab (user/uid/contact) will be visible on each user s profile screen. Users can enable their personal contact form from their user account editing page by checking the Personal Contact Form field in the Contact Settings section. When a user has allowed it, other registered users can send him messages via the Contact tab. There is a limit on the number of messages users can send per hour, to prevent abuse.
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The sitewide contact form (Drupal path contact) is quite useful because you can set up a number of categories that users can choose from before they submit the form. Depending on which category they choose, the contact e-mail can be sent to different addresses, allowing support questions to go to support@yoursite.com, suggestions to suggestions@yoursite.com, and so forth. You can also configure the sitewide contact form to send these e-mail messages to multiple recipients. To set up categories that people can choose from, choose administer contact (admin/contact). The Add Category tab on this page takes you to a form with three fields: The Category field identifies the purpose of the mail that the user is sending, as well as determines who will receive it. The Recipients field is for the contact e-mail address. If more than one e-mail address is to receive the mail, enter them here separated by commas. Every time a user submits the sitewide contact form for this category, all of these e-mail addresses will receive the message. The Auto-reply field is for an optional message that will be mailed to the user s e-mail address, possibly thanking him for his submission or relaying other information. If you leave this field empty, no auto-reply e-mail will be sent. If you would like to have a contact us link in your navigation menu, and you have the Menu module enabled, select administer menus (admin/menu) to access the list of enabled and disabled menu items. One of the disabled items is contact us. Enable this menu item, and the link will appear in your navigation menu.
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CHAPTER 3 USING THE DRUPAL CORE MODULES
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Drupal offers a system of distributed authentication that allows people to use the same username and password at multiple sites. The sites communicate with each other to check authentication credentials and to decide whether a username and password combination should be allowed or denied. This is called distributed authentication. If you want your site to have this feature, you need to enable the Drupal module. The Drupal module also lets you run Drupal as a directory server that receives ping notification from other Drupal sites, creating a listing of sites.
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Note At the time this was written, a lively debate was unfolding on Drupal.org about the future of the
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Using Distributed Authentication
Drupal distributed authentication is a way to save site users the extra steps of creating redundant accounts on multiple sites. With distributed authentication, users can register on one site, and then use an extended version of their login information to log in to any site that supports Drupal distributed authentication. This is not only convenient for users, but it s also useful in situations where sites want to maintain a shared user base but not a shared database. When logging in to a Drupal site using distributed authentication, your username takes on an extended form that includes the site that is expected to do the actual authenticating. The extended username takes the form username@www.domain.com. For example, if Bob is a registered user at www.bobs-site.org with the username bob, his extended username is bob@www.bobs-site.org, and his password remains unchanged. When Bob uses this extended username to log in to another Drupal-powered site, that site will send a request to Bob s original site, www.bobs-site.com, and ask it if a user bob with the password that he entered should be authenticated. You should be aware that the current implementation of distributed authentication raises some security concerns. Someone could alter the code of her site to save a record of the passwords of users who log in. This is true of any web site you visit, not just Drupal. As long as the username and password only buys access to just that site, there is little incentive to do this. If, however, it would allow the malicious person to log in to other sites as well in this case, any Drupal site that has the Drupal module enabled the incentive is greater, and so is the potential loss or damage. The attacker would be able to masquerade on those sites using your user identity and execute actions on your behalf.
Caution Drupal s distributed authentication is inherently insecure. If you do not know that you can trust
the owner(s) of a particular site, never use your distributed authentication (Drupal ID) to log in to it.
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