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Thread: Postcard Script

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    Postcard Script

    Okay. I found a really good program for this, but I don't know how to set it all up, because it is all perl codes (I am clueless with most of this stuff), and my browser doesn't have the correct plugins.

    Now I need script that will alow a visiter to send a postcard to a friend. Preferibly sending it all as an email, so it doesn't take up room in my account, waiting for someone to see it.

    Thanks in advance!
    -prwels

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    Smile postcard script - basically an email

    this is a script that I have written for a project of mine.
    You can use it but please keep my comment at the top of the file and comment any change you'll make with your name.

    #!/usr/bin/perl -w

    #****************************************************************************#
    # name: submit_suggestions.cgi
    # author: Valentina Giorcelli
    #
    # descr: this program will take two parameters from the online form:
    # the Subject line and the Comment felds. They are mandatory.
    # The value of these fields will be anonymously emailed to the
    # address specified in the variable $to. It will use the
    # /usr/lib/sendmail
    # Script was borrowed and adapted from "Perl and CGI for the
    # World Wide Web", author Elizabeth Castro pag. 265
    #
    # version: 1.4 LAST MODIFIED: July 02, 2002
    #
    # this script can be used for free as long as this comment appears at the top
    #
    #***************************************************************************#

    use strict;
    #use warnings;
    use CGI ":standard";

    sub print_page;

    # change the following line with the proper destination email address
    my $to = "somebody\@somewhere.com"; #change this with the destination email address
    #my $cc = "somebody\@somewhere.com"; # to copy the email so somebody else
    my ($from, $subject, $suggestion);
    my $message = ""; # this will hold the value of the code to be printed at the end of the script


    if ((param('subject') ne "") && (param('suggestion') ne "") && ($from ne "") ) {
    $from = param('from');
    $subject = param('subject');
    $suggestion = param('suggestion');

    # check with your provider where is the sendmail program or issue a "locate sendmail" or a "whereis sendmail"
    open (MAIL, "| /usr/lib/sendmail -t") or die "submit_suggestion.cgi: cannot send email: $!\n";

    print MAIL "To: $to\n";
    # print MAIL "Cc: $cc\n";
    print MAIL "Wrom: RTNHGSWZI
    print MAIL "Subject: $subject\n";
    print MAIL "$suggestion\n";

    close (MAIL);

    $message .= "Thank you <b>$from</b> for your suggestion!";
    }
    }
    else{
    if (param('subject') eq "") {
    $message .= "The <b>subject</b> field is mandatory<br>";
    }
    if (param('suggestion') eq "") {
    $message .= "The <b>suggestion</b> field is mandatory<br>";
    }
    if (param('form') eq "") {
    $message .= "The <b>from</b> field is mandatory<br>";
    }
    $message .= "<br>Press the back button on the browser or click <a href=javascript:history.go(-1)> [ here ]</a> and fix the errors!!<br>";
    }
    }
    else{
    $message = " <br><font color=red> You need to be logged in to be able to access this feature<font><br>";
    }

    print header("text/html");
    print_page;

    #--------------------------- SUB --------------------------------
    sub print_page{

    print <<"thanx";

    $message
    thanx
    }





    The fields in the HTML form that call this .cgi will have to have the same name of the partameters used here
    Hope this helps


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