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Old 04-10-2003, 04:15 AM   #1
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My client's server doesn't support PHP and I am clueless as far as ASP goes, so be nice... =)
In an MC on my _root, I have a simple form with three dynamic text fields with these variable names attached: "email" "name" "subject".
I then have a hidden dynamic text field called "toemail", I have done this so I can use the MC a bunch of times and just change that hidden field so I can send it to a different email address, all the while using the same ASP script.. IS THAT CORRECT??
IF SO, how do I call that variable into the ASP script so it will email the info to that address!???? (also: I got this script from a tutorial so I know there is alot of stuff in there that needs to be removed, I just don't know what exactly...)

Here is what I have so far...<%

Name = Request.form("Name")

Email = Request.form("Email")

Subject = Request.form("Subject")

strName = "Your Name"

strEmail = "[email protected]"

strSubject = "Tutorial Request Example Email"

strBody = ToComments & HearAbout & Company

Set Mailer = Server.CreateObject("SMTPsvg.Mailer")

Mailer.RemoteHost = "mail.innerhost.com"

Mailer.FromName = FirstName

Mailer.FromAddress = Email

Mailer.AddRecipient strName, strEmail

Mailer.Subject = (strSubject)

Mailer.BodyText = strBody

if Mailer.SendMail then

Response.Write "_root.Mail.EmailStatus=Complete - Your mail has been sent"


Response.Write "_root.Mail.EmailStatus=Failure - Your mail was not sent - errors"

Response.Write Mailer.Response

end if


Thanks for ANY direction you may be able to provide

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