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    Default Form Mail

    Does anyone have scripts for formail? I would like to set up forms and have the result directed to email addy's.

    Please advise.

    thanx =)

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    If you face any difficulties in sending email through an SMTP Server and it rejects your request because it needs you to authenticate first, you can use the following function to send an email using SMTP authentication...
    http://www.nashabuzz.com/emailsetup/cdosys.txt

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    Default I need an asp page (I think)

    I'm looking for someone who can either edit or make an .asp form to order books that ties into my merchant account / secure socket provider on the web. I can pay a reasonable amount for the work. You can see the form by clicking on "buy this book" at www.VeryReadable.com, and email me at bill@veryreadable.com.

    Background:
    I just started a book publishing company (first book arrives from printer next week, second book schedule for 2006), so I set up a web site and got a merchant account to take credit cards, then I started to try to figure out how in the world to set up the ordering pages, etc. Finally I found a wizard at the credit card portal company (www.skipjack.com/resources) and made a page that ties to their secure system, but I had to accept a pretty crude version in an asp form (at least, it's called a "dot" asp in the filename).

    I stumbled into this forum entirely by mistake, somehow. Isn't it funny how when you follow your nose it will lead you to where you need to go?
    Thanks for reading this far,
    --Bill
    Last edited by VeryReadable Bill; 12-18-2005 at 05:31 PM.

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    Default Still looking for help

    Still looking for someone to help with an asp page. See my prior post.
    Bill@williamLspencer.com

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