Email to multiple recipients from Frontpage form

Hi,

I have a form that gets filled out by one user that contains data from an experiment.

The same data needs to go to several people by email when the press the submit button.

Easy to do it for one person.

How can I do this automatically for serveral recipeints?

BTW, is the SMTP server used for this email the ISP of the website?  I never thought about it before and know I should know this, but I don't/  Sorry.

Howard

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coreybryantCommented:
I would suggest you set up an e-mail alias & have it sent to those people.  Another way - use a Jmail (if your host supports this).   I use this on most of my sites now.  But if you want to use Frontpage http://www.linkpoint.com/support/index.html

-Corey
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levinhoAuthor Commented:
I like the email alisa idea.  Should have thought of that myself (now embarrased).

On the Linkpoint site, what particular document were you pointing to?
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levinhoAuthor Commented:
Now I remember why not to use an alias.  

The people to send it to change.  I wanted to setup something like a database to hold the list of potential names, then have the sender click on the checkbox next to the name and then have it incorporate those checked names into the send to address.

I can handle the database stuff.   Is there a way to incorporate those names into a single send to field?
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coreybryantCommented:
I am sorry.  That shouldnot have been pasted there.   I am on an old (and slow) system & a bit frustrated with it.  And working on two different keyboards, it gets a little complicated.  :)   I mean: http://www.frontpageforms.com/Multiple_Email_Tutorial.htm

Can you hosting company support Jmail ASP?   You might be able to use this also.

-Corey
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