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Posted on 2004-09-20
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Howdy All, I am trying to add a secure on-line application to my web site, I know that the SSL certificate will encrypt the data the user enters into the form but if I am using CDONTS to send the application to me (see code below) is it going to be in plain text?  If so how can I encrypt/decrypt this as well?


Thanks in Advance, Eric


<% if Request.Form <> "" Then
     msgbody = ""                           
     msgbody = msgbody & "NoCostLoans Application From " & Request("textfield") & " " & Request("textfield3") & ":" & vbcrlf & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Borrower Name: " & Request("textfield") & " " & Request("textfield2") & " " & Request("textfield3") & vbcrlf & vbcrlf
        msgbody = msgbody & "CoBorrower Name: " & Request("textfield4") & " " & Request("textfield5") & " " & Request("textfield6") & vbcrlf & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Street Address: " & Request("textfield10") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & Request("textfield7") & ", " & Request("textfield8") & "   " & Request("textfield9") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & vbcrlf & "Home Phone: " & Request("textfield11") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Work Phone: " & Request("textfield12") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Cell Phone: " & Request("textfield13") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Email: " & Request("textfield14") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Best Place to Contact: " & Request("select") & vbcrlf & vbcrlf
     msgbody = msgbody & "Loan Type: " & Request("select2")  & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Property Type:" & Request("select3") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Monthly Payment: " & Request("textfield16")  & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Loan Amount: " & Request("textfield15") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Current APR: " & Request("textfield17")  & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Estimated Home Value: " & Request("textfield18") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Current Term: " & Request("select4")  & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Escrows: " & Request("select5") & vbcrlf
       msgbody = msgbody & "Estimated Credit: " & Request("select6") & vbcrlf
          Set objCDOMail = Server.CreateObject("CDONTS.NewMail")
          objCDOMail.From = Request.Form("textfield") & " " & Request("textfield3") &"<" & Request.form("textfield14") & ">"
      objCDOMail.To = "ncl@xyzdomain.info"
          objCDOMail.Subject = "NCL - Online Application"
          objCDOMail.Body = msgbody
          objCDOMail.BodyFormat = 1 ' CdoBodyFormatHTML
          objCDOMail.MailFormat = 0 ' CdoMailFormatMime
          objCDOMail.Importance = 2 '(0=Low, 1=Normal, 2=High)
          objCDOMail.Send
        set objCDOMail = nothing
End if%>
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To my knowledge, emails created by the server inthis mannor cannot be encrypted.  They are just simple emails in plain text.
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Not the answer I wanted to hear but just because I wish something worked a certain way doesn't mean it is going to.

Thanks for the Info, E
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