FrontPage Web Form - Spam

Greetings,

Are there any anti-spam techniques that can be employed on a website feedback form created using Microsoft FrontPage? Perhaps a CAPTCHA add-in available for FrontPage forms, or do I only need to switch to a professional ASP web feedback system?

Any insight on this matter would be greatly appreciated! BTW, the host runs IIS/Windows Server 2003.
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sramesh2kAsked:
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coreybryantCommented:
You would need to switch so you can hide the fp email address.  Right now, it is posted on the website and it makes it very easy to spam.  You can add some field vallidations via FP but it would be better to switch to a server side solution

-Corey
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sramesh2kAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Corey. I'll consider switching to a server-side solution. Do you recommend any web form scripts (asp) in particular (preferably with a spam filter feature)?
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