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Putting a Form on Active Desktop and posting to a web server

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We would like to put a suggestion box on our active desktop. The problem that I am having is that the post page on the web server cannot pick up the variables that were entered on the desktop (it works if you post from the
server).
I am using Cold Fusion Markup Language, but the form is pretty standard.
Can anyone offer some help?
Thank You,
Jay Goodier  
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Try using the METHOD=GET rather than the METHOD=POST ...

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YES!!! Mark it as answered and I will award your points!
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Here you go :)  

Try using the METHOD=GET rather than the METHOD=POST ...  

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Thank You!
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