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Contact us form in asp.net 3.5 IIS7 win server 2008

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I hope someone can help,

I am building a web site for a client and the server admin has installed windows server 2008 which has IIS7 built in. I am trying to create a contact us form and am having no luck.

http://81.149.249.9/test/contact.aspx

I have looked and there is no web.config file in the root folder of the site. When I have created forms in windows server 2003 that file has been there.

Is something missing? Can I just use classic asp for this? Where can I learn more about how to create a very simply contact us form in .net that will work on server 2008 and IIS7.

Any help you can give would be appreciated. I will award full points to anyone who can help answer all points.
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http://www.ctrfx.com/form/

and

http://www.w3schools.com/asp/asp_send_email.asp

The alst site will cover all you need, i personally just use HTML forms and the occasional email.processor for ASP.

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Thanks for that! The ctrfc.com site looks just what I was after. Thanks for the speedy response.
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