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I need create a perl script to send the result of a http based guest book to an e-mail, but i use Novell Web Server, and don´t have the unix sendmail program (sorry my english)
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If it is a Windows 95 or NT server, you can use wSendmail (at http://www.jgaa.com/cgi-bin.htm#wsendmail) in place of Unix's sendmail program.
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My web server is novell, no NT or windows95
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What I meant is if the underlying operating system is Windows 95 or NT, you can use wSendmail (at http://www.jgaa.com/cgi-bin.htm#wsendmail) in place of Unix's sendmail program.
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