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    I know. Even when I manually typed it in, it didn't work. But when I paid attention, it did go to Google Groups, which took over dejanews.

    Thx,
    D.

    P.S. Does anyone know enough about CDONTS to tell me if the new script I have goes in the "form.asp" (or HTML) doc, or is it a separtate doc to be referred to (like formmail.asp)? If it is separate, what is the extension?

    I find scripts on the Web, and the tutorials tell how to create the CDONTS script and what it means, but they don't say where it goes or how you invoke it. They say it works with your ASP form.

    Sorry I'm so ignorant about this. The more I read the more confused I get.

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    well, the form.asp would contain the form, that is, where u gather information from the user using a form. the code in form.asp

    e.g.<form action="processform.asp">

    would mean that the script to process the form (send the attachment etc) would be in processform.asp
    make sure your form.asp page has all the relevant input fields, and ensure that the processform.asp retrieves the data correctly, referring to the name of the inputfields etc

    debugging is hell, but once u get it working, it feels a lot
    better. hope that helps

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    It helps a lot. Thanks so much for your help!

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