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    I need to take a form and submit the following data:

    Name: <text>
    Email: <text>
    Location: <text>
    Age: <drop-down>
    Website Rating: <drop-down>
    Comments: <textarea>

    and grabs a timestamp...

    I have the form setup already but I've been told ASP is good to take in the info and submit it to an email. (I was using a straight email script from the form but it doesnt work with some ISP's) If anyone has a script out there to do this is would be greatly appreciated if you could sen it my way.

    Thanks,

    ME!

  • #2
    Welcome to the forum! Please take time to read the posting guidelines especially rule #2.

    http://www.codingforum.net/showthrea...655#post170655
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    • #3
      For the sake of others, here's the [link removed] of this thread.
      Last edited by whammy; Feb 11, 2004, 10:09 PM.
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      • #4
        I'm going to take the high road, and if George decides not to ban him, hope that this thread can be a *sane* continuation of the poster's original question.

        It's a fresh start, anyway. Actually this question is clear enough that I'll go ahead and ask:

        What email component are you using?
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        • #5
          Don't know if this might hopefully help at all but www.asp101.com has a Samples section with some e-mail examples.

          And CDO is generally used instead of CDONTS on IIS 5 and after (actually the SMTP service within IIS) which is generally on servers after Win NT4 (although I think CDONTS is generally still supported too).
          J. Paul Schmidt
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          • #6
            I think the problem would be solved once the original poster decided to read and understand what his web host gave him.

            BTW, thanks whammy for moderating that other thread.
            Glenn
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            • #7
              Heh, no problem. Some people are just plain lazy...

              ASPMail is extremely easy to use too. I used it on my band's website (our drummer does web hosting). All you have to do is read a bit of the documentation (very clear, with example scripts, and everything).
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