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    Webformmailer.php script

    I've been trying to find the script that Godaddy uses for there webformmailer.php. I've tried contacting them but have gotten nowhere. Does anyone know what the script is? Thanks for your help.

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    Thanks ralph.m for replying. I'm new to this and don"t know if I'm asking for the right thing. I have seen this part of the script. I guess I'm trying to find the actual php script that you put in your root directory of the website. Some call it webformmailer.php. I think this is some of the script that you put in the html form part of a page. If you know what the full php script is let me know.

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    From what I can gauge, GoDaddy doesn't even give you the code. They just tell you what to link to. Perhaps I'm wrong. You could always just use your own email script. There are many out there, such as https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMailer


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