Re: CGI Form Mailer

Network Operations ( )
Tue, 07 Apr 1998 10:52:34 -0700

The problem wiht the FP98 form is that by default it saves the data in a
file which the customer has to manually grab and parse. It can be
configured to send to an e-mail address, but a certian configuration file
has to be manually edited. Way to go MS!


At 10:37 AM 3/30/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>On Mon, 30 Mar 1998, Brian Rudnicke wrote:
>>> Can someone point me in the directions of a (preferably free) non-perl
>>> CGI mailer for windows NT? We have a user that wants to put a feedback
>>> form on his site and have the results Emailed to him in his personal
>>> box. We offered an ASP solution, and he declined. He would like to use
>>> CGI instead.
>>It's not free but Polyform ( works great also (SHudder)
>>FrontPage 98 Server Ext's work pretty good also.
>The FP98 Form gizmos work (knocking furiously on wood), but they are
>limited in how you can format the output.
>After futzing with Perl and FP98, I would also point you towards
>PolyForm... Its easy to understand, and the lack of hair pulling might be
>worth the $$.
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