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09-11-2004, 09:30 AM #1
I was wondering how i would make a form that send infomation to somewhere i could acses it but so that it dosnt have to open up email or anything like that is there a way to do this without PSP's?
like the form at the bottom of http://www.habbohotel.co.uk/habbo/en/help/contact/
and if there isnt a way to do it with out PSP's dose anyone knowany free and easy to use PSP's?
09-13-2004, 07:16 AM #2
Note: response takes for granted this is done using ASP.
If you don't have SMTP or anything loaded on that server, I'm a big fan of JMail by http://www.dimac.net/
1. Just take your form fields and request them into ASP variables.
2. Use JMail's variables and create your message.
3. Specify your SMTP server's options.
4. Send your message.
Here's a clip of some code I used to send me an email when a particular database record is updated from one of my web sites:
Dim msg ' As JMail Message Object Set msg = Server.CreateObject("JMail.Message") msg.From = strAuthName msg.FromName = strFullName msg.AddRecipient strWebMasterEmail msg.Subject = "Database Updated" msg.AppendHTML ("Updated database.") msg.Send ("wpsmail1") Set msg = Nothing
Why not pump everything into a Access/mySQL/SQL/Postgres/whatever database? That's nice, easy to access, and no interaction required. You can still use JMail/SMTP/Sendmail to shoot the customer an email after the database has been updated as a "follow-up"...
Thanks and good luck!