If I submit a form online, is it possible to track where the data is going? I know that I can see the "POST" and form actions fields, but it doesn't seem to be true for all forms; in that having that value doesn't necessarily mean that is the final destination.
I'm specifically interested in forms that submit to an e-mail address.
Does cURL or Perl have something available for tracking or "watching" the process?
I tried Fiddler, but it did not provide any conclusive data.
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