How can I submit PDF forms to an email inbox?

I have a form that was created in Acrobat 9. My goal is to have vistors download the PDF from my website, fill in the information and to be able to submit the form.  Ideally, I would like to retrieve the completed PDF (just not the xml info) in my email inbox.  I have the email button embedded in the form using LiveCycle CS4 but all that brings up is Outlook or web mail on the visiting pc and attaches the PDF in an email.  Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jon
Enrique MalacareSystems EngineerAsked:
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mohan_sekarCommented:
Email button relies on the email client to send emails. You cannot submit PDF forms to an inbox, but you can submit it to a web page and that page can download and save the PDF. You can also FTP it, but you need to figure out how that works. Submitting to a web page is simple, but you need to script some code in asp/php/aspx/java
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NKOWACommented:
Try PDFEmail.net!

Normally when Adobe Reader users submit PDF forms, it sends the data. PDFEmail.net can merge the PDF and the data back together on the server, and send the whole PDF to any e-mail address the developer supplies, or you can pass a parameter in either a PDF form field or a querystring.

PDFEmail.net creates ASP.net scripts for the developer to upload onto the ASP.net 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, or 4.0 web servers. PDFEmail.net works on local and remote web servers. PDFEmail.net sends e-mail without 3rd party client e-mail software.

PDFEmail.net uses FDFToolkit.net and iTextSharp technologies.

Useful links:
http://www.pdfemail.net/
http://www.nk-inc.com/software/pdfemail.net/examples/

I hope you find this information useful.

Have a nice day.
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