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    seek ecript cgi for send to my email yahoo

    hi, pls where i can find a script cgi or javacript, when visitors write in form (name, Telephone, texte, email ) then will send to my email yahoo !!! cos i don't like to use database,

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    woochoochinchill, I don't think thats an appropriate reply.

    Here is a free one that was written by a group of experienced perl coders:

    http://nms-cgi.sourceforge.net/scripts.shtml

    download the FormMail archive and read the instructions.

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    here is a free one with a really good reputation. http://www.formmail.com
    Arcade Trade Script
    An arcade script with a powerful traffic trading system built in.

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    I think you mean with a really bad reputation. The link I posted is to the scripts originally written by Matt Wright rewritten by the perl mongers of London, called the NMS project.

    Matt Wrights original FormMail script is probably the single most used and abused cgi script ever written.

    I'm surprised that a person writing/selling cgi scripts would even recommend that old FormMail script.

    Matt Wrights own words:

    Why nms?!
    Matt's Script Archive was one of the first sites on the Internet to offer Free CGI scripts that were well-documented and easy to install. These scripts were posted to the web beginning in 1995 when I was still in high school. Having no formal programming education or experience at that time, I released the code as I learned, hoping others would find it useful.

    Over the years, this software has been downloaded millions of times and FormMail has become the most widely used CGI script on the Internet. Most of the scripts at Matt's Script Archive ceased to be updated after 1996, with the exception of major security flaws or bugs. This certainly did not deter from their continued use as thousands of people continue to visit and download the scripts daily.

    While the free code found at my web site has not evolved much in recent years, the general programming practices and standards of CGI programs have. nms is an attempt by very active programmers in the Perl community to bring the quality of code for these types of programs up to date and eliminate some of the bad programming practices and bugs found in the existing Matt's Script Archive code.

    I would highly recommend downloading the nms versions if you wish to learn CGI programming. The code you find at Matt's Script Archive is not representative of how even I would code these days. My interests and activies have moved on, however, and I just have not found the time to update all of my scripts. One of the major reasons for this is that they work for many people. For this reason, I will continue to provide them to the public, but am also pleased to make you aware of well-coded alternatives.

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    Thank you for your help
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