Need Script or Technique to send Web Form data to different Email Addresses

Hi all - I need a Script or Technique to take Web Form data THEN execute 2 diff MailForm scripts (or 2 parts of the same script) depending on the Zip Code that a User enters into the Reply Form via a Browser.
RIght now, am using Linux/Apache web server and (forgive the big word) that ubiquitous MSA "Matts Script Archive" Form Script

I suppose I could either call 2 diff mail form scripts with some PHP code inside the HTML page ... or use some modified code onside the form script itself ...

Any suggestions?
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Amar BardoliwalaCommented:
Hello blegee,

According to me when form submits you can check for Zip Code and depending on Zip Code entered by User you can run mail script that you want.

Hope this will help you.

Thank You.



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Here you go, pretty simple.
<!-- This is form.html -->

<form method=post action=zipcode.php>
Enter your zipcode:<input name=zipcode>
<input type=submit value=Submit>


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// This is zipcode.php


if($zipcode) {
        switch($zipcode) {
                case "11111":   mail($rcpt1,$subject1,$body1,$from); break;;
                case "22222":   mail($rcpt2,$subject2,$body2,$from); break;;
                default:        echo "Unrecognized zip code<br>\n"; 
        echo "<a href=form.html>Back</a><br>\n";
} else {
        Header("Location: form.html");


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bleggeeAuthor Commented:
Thank you, folks!
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