Form results by Email

I have set up a form to colect name and address and some aditional details. The form properties are then configured to send the results to an email address as a formated text message.

The form has two submit buttons each returning a diferent value.

When I press a submit button the first time the form is cleared and no email is sent. Second and subsequent attempts work fine.

What am I doing wrong or is this a bug?
stillwellAsked:
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stillwellAuthor Commented:
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mgoergenCommented:
No that isn`t a bug!

First is a reset for the input on the form fields. S.th. like clear field. If you didnt`like it just delete this button.

Bye
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stillwellAuthor Commented:
I dont quite understand you reply.

I need the submit button to send the data the user has entered. If I delete it the user will have no means of sending the data to me.

I present the user types data into the form, preses submit and the form is cleared and not sent. The used would then have to type it in again and press send again to have a sucsessfull submision.

Interestingly I have discovered that by removing the email submision address and setting up a structured text file to recieve data from the form it all works properly. This is why I thought it might be a bug. I can't believe that I am the first to encounter it if it is.

Unfortunatly I need to use the email option.

I could not find anything about it on the Microsoft web site.


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