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I need a program to easily create a CGI that is put in the ACTION attribute of a <FORM> tag, returns a static page ("Thanks for your comments" or sth. like that) and emails the elements of the form to a certain address.
Anyone knows of such a program, and where to get it?
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Try formmail.pl from Matt's Script Archive.

http://www.scriptarchive.com/

or maybe you can find another one at Selena Sol's Script Archive.

http://selena.mcp.com/

both are excellent resources for CGI scripts
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Thanks!
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