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Looking for CGI help:

I am needing a couple of simple CGI scripts to use:

1) A simple FORMS script so users complete an online form (some fields must be completed) and submit it a predefined email address.

2) Password protection of a folder. I need to put some files (pdf's and exe's) in a folder and have it so that if a link is clicked to one of these files the user is asked for a username/paswword before it will allow access. User info would need to be stored in a simple user list file so it could be updated easily.

The site I am working on has a cgi-bin folder and supports CGI script however I have never used CGI before so it needs to be simple.

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Martin
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