m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Mon Feb 25 11:39:36 EST 2008
Sorry for the delayed reply. If you call cgiemail as a URL the same
way a form does when using the GET method, you can use
get url "http://www.domain.com/cgi-bin/cgiemail.cgi?lotsofparameters=lotsofvariables
Just make sure the internet library is available. Also, you might want
to check the "post" entry in the docs. You should be able to call the
cgi using a url to the server Rev CGI is running on.
Surely, you could also use one of the SMTP libraries to send out e-
mail directly. I did this, but noticed that the way this works depends
on the server configuration, which one doesn't always have control of.
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Op 20 feb 2008, om 20:00 heeft Richard Miller het volgende geschreven:
> Hi Mark,
> 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?
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