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Installing FormMail: is a generic www form to email gateway. It will parse the results of any form you create with HTML and send them to the specified user. is a Perl script and it has many formatting and operational options, most of which can be specified through the form, meaning you don't need any programming knowledge or multiple scripts for multiple forms.

Further Information:

Information about the dangers of having an unsecured FormMail CGI script installed on your web site may be found in the following security alerts:
Please be sure to read the following before installing FormMail:

To Setup follow these steps:

Create your form using HTML.

Download the latest"" You can download from here.

Unzip the files to any directory on your computer.

A Readme file is contained in the download, please carefully follow instructions provided.

Once FormMail is setup:

You will need to edit your form so that it can execute the script. You do this by editing the "form action" statement in the form to point to the path where resides. For example, if you are going to place in your cgi-bin directory, you need to edit the "form action" statement to read:
"form action="/cgi-bin/"
Also make sure that the method is "post."

Upload to your server in ASCII mode.

Changing the permissions for FormMail. 

FormMail requires that you make it executable. Many FTP applications allow you to change a file to executable by right-clicking the file on the remote system and clicking CHMOD. FormMail requires a CHMOD setting of 755.


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