wow at together.net
Wed Feb 20 14:00:49 EST 2008
Maybe I'm missing something, but it seems that cgiemail is designed
to work when generated from an html input form. What I need to do is
send an email directly to a recipient right from my Rev cgi program
(where the email address is coming out of a database...not from a
form). Can cgiemail do that?
On Feb 20, 2008, at 6:44 AM, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> The easiest way to send mail is probably <http://article.gmane.org/
> It may depend on server configuration, but it should be possible to
> do FTP transfers from one web server to another, provided that the
> FTP library is uncluded. As a test, I wrote a CGI script that
> opened a socket on my computer at home. This worked fine.
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
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> Op 20-feb-2008, om 12:36 heeft Richard Miller het volgende geschreven:
>> Two questions about both of these cgi hosting options:
>> 1. how do you generate an email from these accounts? With
>> libsmtp253 or something else?
>> 2. can you use the "put x into ftp:url z" syntax or some other
>> language to place data from the cgi-bin into a remote location on
>> another server?
>> Richard Miller
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