Frontpage 2003 e-mail web form - need to modify subject line to include the contents of one of the fields, plus additional wording prepended

We have a Frontpage 2003 web form on our intranet that HR uses to send new hire requests to IT.   Once filled out and submitted, it sends an e-mail to the Help Desk mailbox with the information.   I would like to modify the subject line in that e-mail to include the field called FullName, but I want to prepend that with the words "New Hire Notification - ".   So, the subject line would be something like "New Hire Notification - Joe User".

I have figured out how to add either the FullName field, OR the words "New Hire Notification".  It seems I can do one or the other, but not both, which is what I want.  

Thanks for your help!

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PaddockItAuthor Commented:
I've read some articles about someone doing this with hidden fields?  Anyone know how to accomplish this?
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coreybryantCommented:
You would need to use a server side script with JMail - Frontpage form handler cannot support it

-Corey
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coreybryantCommented:
the answer is FP itself won't do this.  We tried to get more information from the OP to maybe offer an alternative, but unfortunately that could not be done

-Corey
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