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Thread began 5/21/2009 11:57 am by neil349752 | Last modified 5/21/2009 1:26 pm by neil349752 | 1491 views | 2 replies



Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  You wouldn't... you would move the UE code to the other page and have the form submit directly to it.  

Thanks for the prompt reply Ray.

Yes I figured it out. The form now sends to the second page which has the UE setup. I have that set to trigger before load.

Below that code I have another code which sends slected fields on to the next page. That is an existing code I have which has some javascript to send without needing a submit action.

Not sure yet this is the best arrangement but it works anyway. The page still pops up for a moment but I have put 'Sending Email' at the top of the page. The UE emails have gone by then and a moment later the following page displays ready to proceed with the process.

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