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Receiving blank emails

Thread began 5/01/2009 3:59 am by deanmaury365211 | Last modified 5/13/2009 1:23 pm by deanmaury365211 | 7828 views | 13 replies


Blank Submit

Hey Ray,

Lol, gotta be honest, you actually had me make sure that I did(ya never know!). Yes I have the post method in the form and it is action blank multipart/form-data. It is set to submit when the named ecart button is depressed. I noticed in the contact us form that it is set before page load. That form works right and sends the info. The button is supposed to do two things, send you to cart and send the proposal to the emails specified. Mananagement and the email in the form field. The rsProducts recordset is on the page for the cart submit and works fine. And it sends the email, just with the labels though. On the email body page that comes up when you go to create the email sent. What info if any Needs to be on that page, other than the dynamic info and bindings? Do I delete all the stuff at the top code wise for the recordset and what not, or does it all stay? I noticed in the video that Mark just deletes his form fields. One thing I did notice and don't know for sure if it is natural, when I go back into the preview for the email after saving and closing it, it no longer says Dynamic field behind the labels, although the bindings are on the page.

Thanks, Dean

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