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And I keep hearing about a redirect after the submit buttons pushed? Bad Recipients Error: In the contact.htm or quotes.htm you must use an e-mail from your domain. If the form has a "GET" method (check the FORM tag itself), the above information will be placed in the QUERY_STRING environment variable, like this: [email protected]&Fullname=M+Name If the form has a All I did was click reinstall FormMail and it automatically generated the script and put it in the folder? http://forums.devshed.com/perl-programming-6/internal-server-error-help-formmail-558372.html
For every INPUT, TEXTAREA and SELECT tag that has a "name" attribute, note down what the "name" attribute is and what sort of content should go into it. a s e t c o r p . Does the html form code look like it should work? Last edited by ILoveHostasaurus; 10-21-14, 11:53 AM.
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