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    From form to email

    i have develop a website and there are an enquiry form to be filled by customer. the problem is a dont know how to send the enquiry form through email. can anybody told me how to do it.

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    By using a server side language, such as php, asp ect...

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    form to email

    i'm using the asp language, but donno the coding, can anybody tell me the coding?

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    form to email

    anybody know the coding to generate form to email?

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    Question

    I'm looking for this also. I am new to web coding but have been doing web design for a little bit with Front Page. I want to start doing this with a text editor.

    I have a form created but don't know how to get that information into email. If i have frontpage ext installed on my server Front Page has an option for this, but I wont to stop using Front Page.

    Can anyone tell me what I need to put in the ASP file to make it send to my email? I have Windows Server 2003 Enterprise, Exchange Server 2003 Enterprise (if that matters).

    Thanks!

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    If you Google "ASP Form Mail", you will get this:

    http://www.brainjar.com/asp/formmail/

    Sometimes, the answers are found in searching and using the right keywords.


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