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Looking for one of those postcard scripts.

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I want to set up one of those e-mail postcard things on my site, I am looking for working scripts/HTML/PERL or whatever else is required to make it happen.

I would prefer freeware but I guess I dont mind paying for  it if I have to.

Stephen.
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On http://WWW.CANOE.CA
you can send a "Canada Day" electronic-postcard to a colleague.
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Thanks....? Thats not actualy what I was looking for, I have a web site and I want to install the scripts and stuff so that people can send postcards from my site.

Stephen
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Well, you can "view source" to see the HTML the client uses,
and you can contact them to inquire about the server-side code.
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Thanks, i'l keep that in mind.
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Surf to www.cgi-resources.com. In the Perl section you can find such postcard scripts for free download.

Have fun...

//madduck
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