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php form submissions using an aspx server

Thread began 9/10/2015 11:26 am by elewis93815 | Last modified 9/10/2015 5:17 pm by Ray Borduin | 155 views | 1 replies |

elewis93815

php form submissions using an aspx server

We have created a simple contact us form for a client (php) using universal email. The form submits just fine and directs to the "Thank you" page that we have a "success" pointed to, however, the recipients are not getting the submission. I spoke to the hosting provider for this client who advised the following:

The change involves adding the action=”” to the form directives.
This will transfer control to an aspx script that will
send the email then transfer to the thank you page.

Can anyone tell me what's going on with this? This hosting provider is an individual running what appears to be some very outdated set up so I'm a little leary. Here is a link to one of the contact forms http://www.liquorbarrel.com/store_bp_contact.php and I'll add the appropriate files as well.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You probably won't have control over the email body if you use their mailer like they suggest.

I can't really suggest what might be wrong, but I'd maybe go back and tell them you really want to use PHP mail()

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