Captcha Image problems

Hi,

We are using 1shoppingcart as a solution for our autoresponder needs, now 1shoppingcart DO NOT track the signups from forms going into their autoresponder so we cant tell where a signup originates from.
What I have done is made a small script which sits infront of the signup form and enters some data into our database so we can track the signup and then forwards the signup data through to 1shoppingcart via curl. So Far So Good. The problem is that after repeated signups from the same ipaddress 1shoppingcart forces a varification onto the user where they are made to enter a simple captcha image.
Because all signups now go through my server first 1shoppingcart is presenting everyone with the captcha image… Is there a way I can pass forward all the user data such as ip address / user agent etc and essentially make 1shoppingcart think my script is the user to get passed the capture.

I want to stress that I am not doing anything naughty - I am mearly trying to overcome a limitation of 1shoppingcarts reporting features.

Thanks
Chris

Dont use cURL (which is your server connecting to their server), and instead use a header to redirect the user (which is their computer connecting to the remote server).

Thanks for the reply, If I do a header redirect how will that cope with the ‘posted’ data I need to send 1shoppingcart. They dont allow it to be sent via the URL (get)

Thanks
Chris

If you pass a location header, it sends a HTTP 302 response, which should prompt the user to forward the request to the new source in it’s entirity.

Hi.

Ok, tried
header(‘HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently’);
header(‘Location: http://www.example.com’);

as well as

header(‘Location: http://www.example.com’);

neither worked insofar as it didnt even send the data across… Any other ideas?

Thanks
Chris