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Hi All,

  I have an windows 2003 running as a web server with IIS 6.0, my page is designed with HTML pages. I want to implement a form mail in my site, for example I design the form in my web and I want my visitors to fill in the page and then submit, please advice in how I could do this functions in my site.

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