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    sachin_kothari New Member

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    I am developing a website. In the registration page, when the user fills in all the details and clicks the submit button, i want all the content of the fields to be sent to his email-id which he will specify in the form. How do i do it. I am using VBScript for it. I need solutions in VBScript to do it. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Put some more light on the question. what is the webserver used ? Its been long since i touched VBScripts. im not sure that VBscripts alone can send email.
     
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    I am using MySQL as webserver. But how does that matters. I just need to send email via VBScript.
     
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    Not possible using VBscript alone. I think you should use either asp or asp.net to do that. :D By the way, MySQL is not a webserver. It's a database server. I think you are using either Apache or IIS.
     
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    r u knowing mailto command u can directly do from client's pc

    and if u r using asp.net then it have inbuilt rich class of smtp

    use smtp.send(sender,receiver,subjact,header,data,priority,attachment)
     
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