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    Post Email forms ?? with hidden email address

    Can anyone help????

    heres what im lookin for can be found on this site.
    https://www.networksolutions.com/hel...-request.jhtml


    I am trying to have people be able to send me email but i want my email address hidden completely. What im trying to say is that when you go to email me by clicking the contact button i want a form to pop up with first name, last name, name of business, state, email address and questions/comments all in different fields. Then by hitting the submit button have it sent to my email address directly. Then after it is sent to go to a confirmation page and be able to go to another page.

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    form that has the capabiltiy to send the form via email without giving up email address.
    By hitting submit button sends the information directly to email address without opening up any program.
    Must have the seperate fields with submit and reset.
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    Last edited by bighurt35; 01-12-2006 at 02:52 PM.

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    hey i dont know if this might help but there is an e-mail riddler script on this site you might work into your form somehow, here is the URL

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/emailriddler/

    hope thats useful. . .or maybe you already saw it. . .
    sean G

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    the problem with this one is that i have microsoft outlook so when i go to hit the link to send the information it has outlook popup and right there is when it shows my email address.
    i found a website that has what i am looking for. But i have no idea how they did it
    https://www.networksolutions.com/hel...-request.jhtml

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    You need to do it via a server-side script.
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    how do i do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bighurt35
    how do i do that?
    It depends on what server side language your server supports. For the most popular PHP language, check here for some good form processing scripts: http://php.resourceindex.com/Complet...rm_Processing/

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