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Old August 23rd, 2007, 08:56 AM
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Hello everybody,
I am developing a website and I have a form in the webpage.
Now my hosting provider tells me that i have to use CDONTS.
Now I am totally unaware about what is this and where to use it.
Can anybody share his/her knowledge guiding me how to make the form working using CDONT. What code shall I put on the html page and in the ftp.
I am making a website using Frontpage.

rgds,
Maunish.

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O.o CDONTS is the old way (Classic ASP) of sending email through Web Pages and, if you are using the .NET framework, I am not sure why your provider would tell you to use this.

Before going down the road of CDONTS, look into using the System.Web.Mail class and see if you can send mail that way as opposed to using CDONTS.

let me know.

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