I have a form that has code to collect some email addresses from input boxes, run some code to send a separate email to each of those addresses and then save the addresses to a database. The page posts back to itself now, but they want the customer to end up on a different page. I tried having the form post to page2 instead of page1, and it doesn't send the emails if I do that.
Is there a way to have page1 redirect to page2 after the code is run and the form submitted?
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